iliac artery


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iliac artery

The common, the external, or the internal iliac artery.
See also: artery

Iliac artery

Large blood vessel in the pelvis that leads into the leg.
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A 36-year-old woman received a technically successful embolization of internal iliac artery trunk, but the hemodynamic instability persisted.
External iliac artery pseudoaneurysm complicating renal transplantation.
We presented a rare case of rectal cancer metastasis invading external iliac artery. For isolated lymph node recurrence of colorectal carcinoma, surgical resection should be considered, if favorable local control is thought to be achieved.
(b) Digital subtraction angiography of the right internal iliac artery demonstrates a few foci of active contrast extravasation from the presumed internal pudendal artery (open white arrowheads) and obturator artery (open black arrowheads), compatible with hemorrhage secondary to traumatic laceration.
Our patient presented with severe hematuria secondary to a ureteric-internal iliac artery fistula.
Manifestation of aneurysm is reported in 0.1% of general population, with aneurysm of the iliac artery accounting for 1% of these cases.
In transplant recipients with iliac artery atherosclerosis, it is possible to perform additional vascular procedures simultaneously, before performing transplantation in selected cases [2-8].
Clowes, "Vasospasm as a cause for claudication in athletes with external iliac artery endofibrosis," Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol.
Xue-bin, "Pre-cesarean prophylactic balloon placement in the internal iliac artery to prevent postpartum hemorrhage among women with pernicious placenta previa," International Journal of Gynecology & Obstetrics, 2018.
A fixed and solid tumor was observed at the right inguinal fossa, involving the external iliac artery, external iliac vein, ileum, and right obturator lymph nodes.
Historically, in the literature, the prevalence of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysm (TAAA) is thought to vary between 1 and 10 per 100,000 people per year [1-4], with less than 7% of all intra-abdominal aneurysms isolated iliac artery aneurysm (IAA).
If the disease is detected at an earlier stage, less invasive surgical treatment, consisting of release of the iliac artery, is possible and it might also be possible to prevent progression of the disease by adaptations in sports [1, 4, 11, 12].