superior labial artery

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Noun1.superior labial artery - an artery that is a branch of the facial artery that supplies the upper lip
arteria labialis, labial artery - an artery that is a branch of the facial artery that supplies the lips of the mouth
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The ION exits the orbit through the infraorbital foramen (IOF) where it becomes a terminal branch, dividing into three branches that provide sensory innervations to the upper lip (superior labial nerve), lateral side of the nose (lateral nasal nerve), and lower eyelid (inferior palpebral nerve).
The terminal branches of the infraorbital nerves on the face are the inferior palpebral, lateral nasal, and superior labial branches [4, 5].

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