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Precuneate Branches of Pericallosal Artery (Right)
Cardiovascular System

Precuneate Branches of Pericallosal Artery (Right)

Rami precuneati arteriae pericallosae

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The precuneate branches arise from distal end of the pericallosal artery. They are also known as the precuneal arteries. From their origin, they travel posterosuperiorly along the medial surface of the cerebral hemisphere to the precuneus.

They provide an arterial supply to the inferior part of the precuneus.

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