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Sunday, November 10, 2019

Arteries of Pelvis: Female Anatomy


Arteries of Pelvis: Female Anatomy
Median sacral artery, Iliolumbar artery, Lateral sacral arteries, Superior gluteal artery, Piriformis muscle, Inferior gluteal artery, Internal pudendal artery, Coccygeus muscle, Sacrotuberous ligament, Obturator fascia (of obturator internus muscle), Internal pudendal artery in pudendal canal (Alcock’s), Levator ani muscle (cut edge), Internal iliac artery, Posterior division, Anterior division, External iliac artery, Obturator artery, Umbilical artery (patent part), Middle rectal artery, Uterine artery, Vaginal artery, Accessory obturator artery, Superior vesical arteries, 

Medial umbilical ligament (fibrous part of umbilical artery), Abdominal aorta, Right, Left, Common iliac arteries, Pubic symphysis, Right paramedian section: lateral view, Superior gluteal artery, Obturator artery, Umbilical artery (patent part), Piriformis muscle, Internal pudendal artery, Inferior gluteal artery, Coccygeus muscle, Middle rectal artery, Uterine artery, Vaginal artery, Internal pudendal artery, Inferior rectal artery, Superior vesical arteries, Medial umbilical ligament (occluded distal part of umbilical artery), Abdominal aorta, Inferior vena cava, Right common iliac artery, Left common iliac artery, Ureters, External iliac artery (cut), Internal iliac artery, Posterior division, Anterior division, Obturator canal, Obturator internus muscle, Levator ani muscle, Sagittal section.
Arteries of Pelvis: Female Anatomy


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