ovarian artery


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Noun1.ovarian artery - the artery that branches from the aorta and supplies blood to the ovaries
arteria, arterial blood vessel, artery - a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body
ovary - (vertebrates) one of usually two organs that produce ova and secrete estrogen and progesterone
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Inadequate embolisation of a PA due to extrauterine feeding arteries, such as the internal pudendal artery, ovarian artery, inferior epigastric artery, or contralateral uterine artery can lead to embolisation failure.
Occluding the utero-ovarian ligaments with bulldog clamps to control collateral blood flow from the ovarian artery has been described, but the clamps can tear these often enlarged and fragile uterine veins during manipulation of the uterus.
When the uterine artery is absent, it is often replaced by the ipsilateral ovarian artery or may be replaced by small arterial pelvic branches (23).
15 In the meantime, the uterus escapes from massive necrosis due to blood supply from abundant pelvic collateral circulation and vascular network, together with the traffic branch of iliolumbar artery, ovarian artery, vaginal artery and sacral artery.
After complete hemostasis and sectioning of the left ovarian artery and vein, animals were repositioned in a supine recumbent position and the area close to the suspensory ovarian ligament was grasped using the Kelly forceps.
Doctors discovered that Wei's ovarian artery had been nicked during the retrieval process and her abdomen had filled with blood.
Additional procedures along with B-Lynch like uterine and ovarian artery ligation and if necessary hysterectomy when B-Lynch compression suture failed to control bleeding were recorded.
A case of placenta increta managed by unilateral uterine artery and ovarian artery ligation followed by B-Lynch brace suturing of the uterus to control bleeding from the placenta bed has been reported by Chaudhary et al7.