arterio-, arteri-, arter-
(Greek > Latin: artery, arteries; blood vessels, veins, or windpipe)
Most of the arteries in the body are identified by the organs or system that they supply with blood; for example, arteries that deliver blood to the kidneys are known as the renal arteries, while the artery that supplies blood to the liver is called the hepatic artery.
2. Near or around an artery.