Any of the muscular-walled tubes forming part of the circulation system by which blood (mainly that which has been oxygenated) is conveyed from the heart to all parts of the body
An important route in a system of roads, rivers, or railroad lines
the east-west artery between San Francisco and Sacramento
a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body
a major thoroughfare that bears important traffic
(arterial) of or involving or contained in the arteries; "arterial disease"; "the arterial system"; "arterial blood"
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(Arterial (road)) An arterial road is a moderate or high-capacity road which is immediately below a highway level of service. Much like a biological artery, an arterial road carries large volumes of traffic between areas in urban centres. ...
(Arterial (highway)) A major highway, primarily for through traffic, usually on a continuous route.
(Arterial) Signalized streets that serve primarily through-traffic and provide access to abutting properties as a secondary function.
(Arterial) A road meant primarily for through movement of vehicles at a moderate speed, although some access to abutting property is expected.
(Arterial) Pertaining to the blood in the pulmonary vein, in the left side of the heart, and in most arteries, having been oxygenated during its passage through the lungs and being normally bright red
an arterial is a major roadway in a city or urban area that collects traffic and feeds it to the freeway system. Arterials are usually the roadways first plowed after a snowstorm to ensure adequate traffic flow.
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A major blood vessel that supplies blood to the brain and heart. Diabetes can damage arteries which facilitates the buildup of fatty deposits which, in turn, can lead to heart attacks and stroke.
Thick walls of elastic tissue, carries oxygenated blood under high pressure around the body.
is derived from the Greek terms "aer" which means "air", and "teren" which means "to keep." This derivation is related to the ancient belief that arteries were windpipes.
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(in artery (anatomy))
Arteries are the vessels through which the blood leaves the heart; no matter if this blood be arterial or venous, as, for instance, is that which flows through the pulmonary arteries (see Vascular System).
and the descending branch of the transverse cervical; the other is continued along the axillary border of the scapula, between the Teres major and minor, and at the dorsal surface of the inferior angle anastomoses with the descending branch of the transverse cervical.