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Penis
...  The retractable part of skin covering the glans is known as the 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  ...

Scrotum
...  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 blood. The nerves around the scrotum are sensor nerves which include the posterior coetenous nerves which lead to the thigh,  ...

Arteries of the Pelvis
...  region, as it is also primarily responsible for the premium muscles. Just outside the pelvic cavity is the external iliac cavity that goes right through the tissue near the inguinal ligament and the femoral artery. Prior to the inguinal ligament are the two additional branches of the external iliac artery. The epigastric artery is the one responsible for carrying blood supply to the muscles that  ...


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