Central retinal artery

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Central retinal artery
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The ophthalmic artery and its branches. (Central retinal artery visible at center.)
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Pulsatile blood flow in the central retinal artery revealed by laser Doppler holography
Details
Sourceophthalmic artery
Veincentral retinal vein
Suppliesretina
Identifiers
Latinarteria centralis retinae
MeSHD012161
TAA12.2.06.024
FMA49879
Anatomical terminology

The central retinal artery (retinal artery) is an artery in the back of the eye at the retina, where the fresh oxygenated blood is brought to the eye for it to use.