Circumflex fibular artery

  • The circumflex fibular artery (latin: arteria circumflexa fibularis) is a branch of the posterior tibial artery.

    The circumflex fibular artery ascends to the popliteal fossa, curves around the head of the fibula and participates in forming the patellar network.

    The circumflex fibular artery contributes to supplying the knee joint and the muscles around it.