- collicular artery
- arteria collicularis.
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arteria collicularis — [TA] collicular artery: origin, precommunicating part of posterior cerebral artery; branches, none; distribution, corpora quadrigemina (superior and inferior colliculi) of the tectum of the mesencephalon. Called also a. quadrigeminalis [TA… … Medical dictionary
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