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Paracentral Branches of Callosomarginal Artery
Cardiovascular System

Paracentral Branches of Callosomarginal Artery

Rami paracentrales arteriae callosomarginalis

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The paracentral branches arise from the callosomarginal artery. From their origin, they travel superiorly along the medial surface of the cerebral hemisphere to the paracentral lobule.

They provide an arterial to the paracentral lobule of the brain.

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