iliac artery


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iliac artery

[′il·ē,ak ′ärd·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
Either of the two large arteries arising by bifurcation of the abdominal aorta and supplying blood to the lower trunk and legs (or hind limbs in quadrupeds). Also known as common iliac artery.
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Unexpected hemorrhage of a rare vessel, a pubic branch of the external iliac artery, after laparoscopic radical prostatectomy: Case report.
(A) Findings: Active contrast extravasation (arrow) from left IIA demonstrating an uretero-internal iliac artery fistula.
Retroperitoneal hematoma and bleeding from the internal iliac artery were found in the left corner of Douglas cavity.
Thus, we could not predict severe arteriosclerosis of the external iliac artery from nonenhanced CT scan in this case.
Parameter Results Reference Left Right value Duplex ultrasonography Diameter of distal aorta (mm) 14.5 Diameter of common iliac artery (mm) 9.8 9.9 79-11.7 Diameter of external iliac artery (mm) 7.9 7.8 6.7-9.2 Diameter of femoral artery (mm) 10.5 9.2 7.6-8.9 Carotid intima-media thickness (mm) 0.69 0.61 <0.9 Femoral intima-media thickness (mm) 0.78 0.80 <0.9 Table 4: Vascular function.
Celik et al., "Efficacy of internal iliac artery ligation on the management of postpartum hemorrhage and its impact on ovarian reserve," Journal of Turkish Society of Obstetric and Gynecology, vol.
The external iliac artery and ileum were free of tumor invasion but strongly attached to the tumor.
After obtaining the approval of Intuitional Ethics Committee, the medical records and computerized data of 78 patients admitted to our clinic between April of 2014 and February of 2016 and received stent graft implantation through endovascular approach owing to aortic aneurysm and iliac artery aneurysm were retrospectively reviewed.
To our knowledge, no literature exists on the use of NIRS in athletes with iliac artery flow limitations.
* ESTATE'S CLAIM: The surgeon was negligent in lacerating the left common iliac artery when inserting the trocar, and in not detecting the injury intraoperatively.
[4,5] Comparable areas in the lower-extremity venous system include both (but especially the left) common iliac veins where they are crossed by the right common iliac artery (Fig.