Medial Inferior Genicular Artery

The medial inferior genicular artery is located in the leg. It falls near the top end of the popliteus. It provides the popliteus with branches and then goes below the medial condyle of the tibia, under the tibial collateral ligament. At the anterior border it travels to the front of the medial side of the joint to serve the top portion of the tibia and the articulation of the knee. Here it anastomoses with the medial superior and lateral inferior genicular arteries.

 

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