Median sacral vein

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Median sacral vein
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The iliac veins.
Details
Artery Median sacral artery
Identifiers
Latin vena sacralis mediana
TA A12.3.10.002
FMA 77168
Anatomical terminology

The median sacral vein (or middle sacral veins) accompanies the corresponding artery along the front of the sacrum, and joins to form a single vein, which ends in the left common iliac vein; sometimes in the angle of junction of the two iliac veins.

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This article incorporates text in the public domain from page 677 of the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918)

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