The posterior interosseous artery in the distal part of the forearm. Is the term "recurrent branch of the anterior interosseous artery" justified?

@article{Hubmer2004ThePI,
  title={The posterior interosseous artery in the distal part of the forearm. Is the term "recurrent branch of the anterior interosseous artery" justified?},
  author={Martin G Hubmer and Thomas Fasching and Franz M Haas and Horst Koch and Franz X Schwarzl and Andreas Heinrich Weiglein and Erwin Scharnagl},
  journal={British journal of plastic surgery},
  year={2004},
  volume={57 7},
  pages={638-44}
}
In 1993 Angrigiani raised the question as to whether the distal part of the posterior interosseous artery (AIP) is a recurrent branch of the anterior interosseous artery (AIA) and forms a "choke"--anastomosis with the AIP in the middle of the forearm. A dissection study was conducted on 66 upper extremities to evaluate the diameters of the dorsal branch of the anterior interosseous artery, the anastomotic branch, the diameter of the posterior interosseous artery at the point of origin of the… CONTINUE READING

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