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Esophageal arteries

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Esophageal arteries

Artery: Esophageal arteries
Latin Arteriae oesophageae
Supplies esophagus
Vein esophageal veins

Esophageal arteries are a group of arteries from disparate sources supplying the esophagus. The blood supply to the esophagus can roughly be divided into thirds, with anastamoses between each area of supply.

More specifically, it can refer to:

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  • eMedicine Dictionary
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