Superior rectal artery

The superior rectal artery is an artery that supplies bloods to the rectum down to the level of the levator ani 2.

Summary

See also

Anatomy: Abdominopelvic

Anatomy: Abdominopelvic

Article information

rID: 12488
Section: Anatomy
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings:
  • Superior haemorrhoidal artery

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