The ulnar arteries are the main arteries that supply blood to the middle of each forearm. It branches off from the brachial artery and joins up with the radial artery running roughly from the elbow to the arch of the palm. It runs alongside the ulnar vein for most of its length.

Ulnar artery at Wikipedia

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