superior vesical arteries

su·pe·ri·or ves·i·cal ar·ter·ies

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origin, umbilical; distribution, bladder, urachus, ureter; anastomoses, other vesical branches.
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The ureter does not have a primary arterial vessel for blood supply, it receives arterial branches from the renal, ovarian, common iliac, internal iliac, uterine, superior gluteal, vaginal, middle rectal, inferior and superior vesical arteries through its pathway from the renal pelvis to the bladder (Figure 11) (6).
The morbidly adherent placenta is a hypervascular organ; it recruits a host of blood vessels, largely from the vaginal arteries, superior vesical arteries, and vaginal venous plexus.

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