arterio-, arteri-, arter-

(Greek > Latin: artery, arteries; blood vessels, veins, or windpipe)

arteria
arterial
arterialization
arteriarctia
arteriectasia
An abnormal distension or expansion of an artery.
arteriectasis
An abnormal distension and, usually, lengthening of an artery.
arteriectomy
Excision of part of an artery.

The aorta is the largest artery in the body which has its origin at the heart. It gives off branches to the extremities, neck, and the major organs of the body for the purpose of supplying oxygenated blood.

arteriectopia
arterioatomy
arteriocapillary
arteriofibrosis, arteriocapillary fibrosis
Arteriocapillary fibrosis or sclerosis (pathological hardening or thickening) of capillaries (smallest vessels which contain oxygenated blood) and arterioles (smallest divisions of the arteries).
arteriogram
Radiographic demonstration of an artery after injection of contrast medium into it.
arteriographic
1. A reference to the systematic description of the arteries.
2. Characterized by the visualization of an artery or arteries by x-ray imaging after an injection of a radiopaque contrast medium.
arteriole (s) (noun), arterioles (pl)
Small channels that are farther away from the heart than the larger vessels: The arteries that divide into smaller branches are called arterioles and because of the highly oxygenated state of the blood flowing through them, it has a bright red color.
arteriolith