Transphyseal blood vessels exist in avian species.

@article{Alderson1986TransphysealBV,
  title={Transphyseal blood vessels exist in avian species.},
  author={Mark Alderson and Kerry R. Emslie and David John Speers and S. R. Nade},
  journal={Journal of anatomy},
  year={1986},
  volume={146},
  pages={217-24}
}
The distal femora and proximal and distal tibiae of 4 weeks old broiler chickens have three main types of blood vessels in the growth plate region-metaphyseal, epiphyseal and transphyseal. The transphyseal vessels extend across the entire thickness of the avian growth plate and provide a means of luminal communication between the metaphysis and epiphysis. 

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