Vesical veins

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Vesical veins
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The veins of the right half of the male pelvis.
Details
Drains from Urinary bladder
Source Vesical venous plexus
Drains to Internal iliac vein
Artery Superior vesical artery, inferior vesical artery
Identifiers
Latin Venae vesicales
Dorlands
/Elsevier
v_05/12852231
TA A12.3.10.011
FMA 70911
Anatomical terminology

The vesical veins are veins in the pelvis that drain blood from the urinary bladder. The vesical veins receive blood from the vesical venous plexus and are tributaries of the internal iliac veins.[1]


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