sacral artery


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sacral artery

The median sacral artery, which is the last unpaired branch of the aorta, or the lateral sacral artery, which is a branch of the internal iliac artery.
See also: artery
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stated that the middle sacral artery originated from the aorta dorsal side, similarly to Favre, who concluded that it originated from the aorta among the common iliac arteries, and Perneczky, who stated that it emmerged dorsally from the aorta terminal portion like a single vessel, showing this way an equality of pattern in 40% of our findings, however, not in the other presentations where it was found now from the common iliac artery, then from the left one.