Anterior Division of Internal Iliac Artery 3D

  • Inferior Gluteal Artery
    • * This artery courses posteriorly within the pelvis to provide blood to the gluteal muscles and buttock region..

 

  • Internal Pudendal Artery
    • * Descending within the pelvis, it takes a path toward the perineum.
    • * Supplies structures such as the genitals and perineal muscles.

 

  • Umbilical Artery​​​​​​​
    • * Courses anteriorly in the pelvis.
    • * In adulthood, it often regresses into a small remnant.

 

  • Obturator Artery​​​​​​​
    • * This artery follows a course that supplies the obturator muscles and nearby structures.

 

  • Inferior Vesical Arteries (Men)/Vaginal Arteries (Women)​​​​​​​
    • * In males, these arteries take a course to supply the bladder.
    • * In females, they become the vaginal arteries, which course toward the vagina.

 

  • Middle Rectal Artery​​​​​​​
    • * It follows a course that supplies the rectum and part of the anal canal.

 

  • Uterine Artery (Females)​​​​​​​
    • * Arising from the anterior division, it courses toward the uterus, cervix, and parts of the vagina.

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  • Inferior Gluteal Artery
    • * This artery courses posteriorly within the pelvis to provide blood to the gluteal muscles and buttock region..

 

  • Internal Pudendal Artery
    • * Descending within the pelvis, it takes a path toward the perineum.
    • * Supplies structures such as the genitals and perineal muscles.

 

  • Umbilical Artery​​​​​​​
    • * Courses anteriorly in the pelvis.
    • * In adulthood, it often regresses into a small remnant.

 

  • Obturator Artery​​​​​​​
    • * This artery follows a course that supplies the obturator muscles and nearby structures.

 

  • Inferior Vesical Arteries (Men)/Vaginal Arteries (Women)​​​​​​​
    • * In males, these arteries take a course to supply the bladder.
    • * In females, they become the vaginal arteries, which course toward the vagina.

 

  • Middle Rectal Artery​​​​​​​
    • * It follows a course that supplies the rectum and part of the anal canal.

 

  • Uterine Artery (Females)​​​​​​​
    • * Arising from the anterior division, it courses toward the uterus, cervix, and parts of the vagina.

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