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Arteries of the Pelvis
...  where it is divided into the right and left common iliac arteries. Each vessel passes down to their corresponding sides and traverses about 5 centimeters before turning into the internal and External iliac arteries. The organs as well as the gluteal muscles located in the pelvic area get their blood supply from a vast network of small arterial branches that branch out from the internal  ...

Lower Extremity Veins
...  vein. It tracks up to the thigh, receiving an oxygen deprived blood from the vein that supplies the groin- the deep femoral vein. Going slightly upward is the great saphenous vein. It turns into External iliac vein, and later it will go across the inguinal ligament’s lower part. The External iliac vein is formed by the conjoining of the internal iliac vein and the pelvis, and it rises  ...


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