- Centering at both ends, said of a rete mirabile that begins by the vessel breaking up into a number of branches and ends by the branches joining again to form the same vessel. [amphi- + G. kentron, center]
* * *am·phi·cen·tric -'sen-trik adj converging at both ends used of a plexus of blood vessels having one afferent and one efferent trunk
* * *am·phi·cen·tric (am″fĭ-senґtrik) [amphi- + centric] beginning and ending in the same vessel, as a branch of a rete mirabile.
Medical dictionary. 2011.