arterial blood vessel

noun
a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body
Syn: ↑artery, ↑arteria
Derivationally related forms: ↑arterial (for: ↑artery)
Hypernyms: ↑blood vessel
Hyponyms:
alveolar artery, ↑arteria alveolaris, ↑angular artery, ↑arteria angularis, ↑aorta, ↑appendicular artery, ↑arteria appendicularis, ↑arcuate artery, ↑arteria arcuata, ↑arcuate artery of the kidney, ↑arteriole, ↑arteriola, ↑capillary artery, ↑artery of the penis bulb, ↑arteria bulbi penis, ↑artery of the vestibule bulb, ↑arteria bulbi vestibuli, ↑ascending artery, ↑arteria ascendens, ↑auricular artery, ↑arteria auricularis, ↑axillary artery, ↑arteria axillaris, ↑basilar artery, ↑arteria basilaris, ↑brachial artery, ↑arteria brachialis, ↑radial artery, ↑arteria radialis, ↑bronchial artery, ↑buccal artery, ↑arteria buccalis, ↑carotid artery, ↑arteria carotis, ↑celiac trunk, ↑celiac artery, ↑truncus celiacus, ↑arteria celiaca, ↑central artery of the retina, ↑arteria centralis retinae, ↑cerebellar artery, ↑arteria cerebelli, ↑cerebral artery, ↑arteria cerebri, ↑cervical artery, ↑areteria cervicalis, ↑choroidal artery, ↑arteria choroidea, ↑ciliary artery, ↑arteria ciliaris, ↑circle of Willis, ↑circumflex artery, ↑colic artery, ↑arteria colica, ↑communicating artery, ↑arteria communicans, ↑coronary artery, ↑arteria coronaria, ↑cystic artery, ↑arteria cystica, ↑digital arteries, ↑arteria digitalis, ↑epigastric artery, ↑arteria epigastrica, ↑ethmoidal artery, ↑arteria ethmoidalis, ↑femoral artery, ↑arteria femoralis, ↑popliteal artery, ↑arteria poplitea, ↑gastric artery, ↑arteria gastrica, ↑gluteal artery, ↑arteria glutes, ↑hepatic artery, ↑arteria hepatica, ↑ileal artery, ↑intestinal artery, ↑arteria ileum, ↑ileocolic artery, ↑arteria ileocolica, ↑iliac artery, ↑arteria iliaca, ↑iliolumbar artery, ↑arteria iliolumbalis, ↑infraorbital artery, ↑arteria infraorbitalis, ↑innominate artery, ↑intercostal artery, ↑arteria intercostalis, ↑jejunal artery, ↑labial artery, ↑arteria labialis, ↑labyrinthine artery, ↑artery of the labyrinth, ↑internal auditory artery, ↑lacrimal artery, ↑arteria lacrimalis, ↑laryngeal artery, ↑arteria laryngea, ↑lienal artery, ↑splenic artery, ↑arteria lienalis, ↑lingual artery, ↑arteria lingualis, ↑lumbar artery, ↑arteria lumbalis, ↑maxillary artery, ↑arteria maxillaris, ↑meningeal artery, ↑arteria meningea, ↑mesenteric artery, ↑arteria mesenterica, ↑metacarpal artery, ↑arteria metacarpea, ↑metatarsal artery, ↑arteria metatarsea, ↑musculophrenic artery, ↑arteria musculophrenica, ↑nutrient artery, ↑arteria nutricia, ↑ophthalmic artery, ↑arteria ophthalmica, ↑ovarian artery, ↑arteria ovarica, ↑palatine artery, ↑arteria palatina, ↑pancreatic artery, ↑arteria pancreatica, ↑perineal artery, ↑arteria perinealis, ↑pudendal artery, ↑arteria pudenda, ↑pulmonary artery, ↑arteria pulmonalis, ↑rectal artery, ↑arteria rectalis, ↑renal artery, ↑arteria renalis, ↑subclavian artery, ↑arteria subclavia, ↑testicular artery, ↑internal spermatic artery, ↑arteria testicularis, ↑ulnar artery, ↑arteria ulnaris, ↑uterine artery, ↑arteria uterina, ↑vaginal artery, ↑arteria vaginalis, ↑vertebral artery, ↑arteria vertebralis

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