internal iliac artery

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Noun1.internal iliac artery - the inner branch of the common iliac artery on either side of the body; divides into several branches that supply blood to the pelvic and gluteal areas
arteria iliaca, iliac artery - one of the large arteries supplying blood to the pelvis and legs
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"Internal iliac artery side branch" extension (distal: 10 mm, proximal: 16 mm) manufactured by Gore for iliac side branch was preferred as chimney graft to be inserted toward the ascending thoracic aorta.
The bilateral borders were adhered to the internal iliac arteries, and the left internal iliac artery, which exhibited greater tumour involvement, was ligated and excised.
Diagnostic angiography of the left internal iliac and right internal iliac arteries using a standard 5Fr.
Additional renal arteries can emerge from the abdominal aorta aloft the main branch or as low (inferiorly) as the internal iliac artery (13).
Intraoperatively, the tumor was visualized infiltrating the left external and internal iliac artery, left external and internal iliac vein, recto-sigmoid, bladder, and left ureter.
Internal iliac artery aneurysm resection in transplanted kidney.
Sentinel pelvic lymph node dissection preceded extended pelvic lymph node dissection including the area of the obturator fossa, external iliac artery/vein and internal iliac artery/vein up to the bifurcation of the common iliac artery.
The obstruction in the left common iliac artery was removed and, after section of the internal iliac artery, which was itself occluded, it was anastomosed to the side of the graft immediatly above the other suture line.
Emergency femoral angiography indicated complete obstruction of the right common iliac and left internal iliac arteries (Figure) with collateral supplies via lumbar arteries.
For patients undergoing arterial embolization, such as the unilateral external iliac artery, the femoral artery, or the bilateral internal iliac artery, ischemia of limbs or organs were closely monitored and readied for bypass surgery.
The abdominal aorta is divided into the right and left common iliac arteries at the level of the L4-L5 vertebra, and the common iliac artery is divided into two parts as the external and internal iliac artery at the pelvic brim.
In one patient, internal iliac artery ligation was done along with figure-of-eight sutures over placental implantation site and bilateral uterine artery ligation for PPH.