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Penis
...  foreskin, or prepuce. Some religions have this skin permanently removed at birth, as a rule it is circumcised. There is a special femoral artery as well as internal pudendal branch of the internal Iliac artery supplying the penis with blood. The draining of blood occurs through the superficial medial dorsal vein flowing into the great saphenous vein located in the thigh.The penis is extremely  ...

Ductus Deferens
...  Inhibition of Sperm Under Guidance. Blood is supplied to the Ductus deferens by an artery. The artery usually branches out of the superior vesical artery which, in turn, arises from the inner iliac  ...

Scrotum
...  the whole testes, except for the part which attaches to the body. This is known as the perineal raphe. The scrotum needs much blood and requires much attention from nerve activity. The internal Iliac artery is the one in charge of quenching the scrotum’s need for blood. Along with the internal Iliac artery is the femoral artery which also aids in serving the scrotum’s need for  ...

Arteries of the Pelvis
...  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 Iliac artery. The pelvic wall gets its blood supply from the lateral sacral arteries as well as the iliolumbar artery. Within the pelvis are several visceral organs that get their blood supply from  ...


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