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Gonadal artery

Gonadal artery
The abdominal aorta and its branches.
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Supplies gonads
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abdominal aorta
gonadal vein
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Anatomical terminology

The term gonadal artery is a generic term for a paired artery, with one arising from the abdominal aorta for each gonad. Specifically, it can refer to:


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