deep circumflex iliac artery

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deep cir·cum·flex il·i·ac ar·ter·y

[TA]
origin, external iliac; distribution, muscles and skin of lower abdomen, sartorius, and tensor fasciae latae; anastomoses, lumbar, inferior epigastric, superior gluteal, iliolumbar, and superficial circumflex iliac.

deep circumflex iliac artery

a branch of the external iliac artery that, with the interior epigastric artery, supplies the inferior part of the abdominal wall.

deep cir·cum·flex il·i·ac ar·te·ry

(dēp sir'kŭm-fleks il'ē-ak ahr'tĕr-ē) [TA]
Origin, external iliac; distribution, muscles and skin of lower abdomen, sartorius, and tensor fasciae latae; anastomoses, lumbar, inferior epigastric, superior gluteal, iliolumbar, and superficial circumflex iliac.
Synonym(s): arteria circumflexa iliaca profunda.
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Right common femoral artery was supplied by right deep inferior epigastric artery and right deep iliac circumflex artery.
Left deep inferior epigastric and left deep iliac circumflex arteries supplied the left common femoral artery.
The intercostal, subcostal and lumbar arteries supply the external iliac arteries through the superficial and deep iliac circumflex arteries or through the gluteal arteries (via internal iliac arteries).