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Origin of the epigastric and obturator arteries by a common trunk from the internal iliac

P Redfern

Origin of the epigastric and obturator arteries by a common trunk from the internal iliac

with an inquiry into the amount of danger occasioned by various positions of arteries in the ordinary operations for femoral and inguinal hernia

by P Redfern

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Published by Sutherland and Knox in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arteries -- anatomy & histology.,
  • Hernia, Femoral.,
  • Hernia, Inguinal.,
  • Arteries.,
  • Inguinal hernia.,
  • Femoral hernia.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMonthly journal of medical science.--. Sept. 1850.
    Statementby P. Redfern.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21449523M

    Iliolumbar artery. -courses superiorly towards iliac fossa, ascending between the lumbosacral trunk and the obturator nerve, and passing posterior to the common iliac vessels and psoas major muscle. -Posterior to psoas major, the iliolumbar divides into an iliac and a lumbar branch. The obturator artery is a branch of the internal iliac artery, although there are reports documenting variations, with origin from neighboring vessels such as the common iliac and external iliac arteries or from any branch of the internal iliac coopsifas.com by: 2.

    The following are relations of the artery at various points: it is posterior to the ureter, anterior to the internal iliac vein, the lumbosacral trunk, and the piriformis muscle; near its origin, it is medial to the external iliac vein, which lies between it and the psoas major muscle; it is above the obturator nerve. Introduction: The “corona mortis” or “crown of death” occurs when an accessory obturator artery (OA) is also present, having rich anastomosis with the normal OA around the obturator canal. The OA can take origin from various arteries such as the common iliac, anterior or posterior divisions of the internal iliac, inferior epigastric, superior or inferior gluteal, internal pudendal, or.

    Oct 25,  · The internal iliac artery ("hypogastric artery"), however, is a different matter. There is extensive variation of its numerous branches, which usually initially branch into two divisions anterior and posterior before branching out into numerous vessels to supply the pelvic muscles and organs. The iliolumbar artery (which supplies blood to the abdomen) can also emerge earlier than normal at the trunk of the internal iliac artery. Function The primary task of the common iliac artery is to deliver oxygenated blood to the pelvic area and lower limbs.


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Origin of the epigastric and obturator arteries by a common trunk from the internal iliac by P Redfern Download PDF EPUB FB2

Aug 18,  · Origin of the epigastric and obturator arteries by a common trunk from the internal iliac: with an inquiry into the amount of danger occasioned by various positions of arteries in the ordinary operations for femoral and inguinal hernia by Redfern, Peter.

Dec 14,  · A common trunk for the inferior epigastric and obturator arteries firstly originated from the left internal iliac artery, at mm below the bifurcation of the left common iliac artery. This trunk ran straight between the left external iliac artery and left external iliac vein, and was finally divided into the left inferior epigastric and left obturator arteries just superior to the inguinal coopsifas.com by: 3.

Redfern, P. () Origin of the epigastric and obturator arteries by a common trunk from the internal iliac; with a inquiry into the amount of danger occasioned by various positions of arteries in the ordinary operations for femoral and inguinal herniae.

A common trunk for the inferior epigastric and obturator arteries firstly originated from the left internal iliac artery, at mm below the bifurcation of the left common iliac artery. The origin of the obturator artery was from the inferior epigastric artery in 11 cases, from the common stem of the internal iliac artery and the external iliac artery in 2 cases each, from the.

In 20 sides (%), it originated from the anterior trunk of internal iliac artery while variation in its origin was observed in 10 sides (%).

In two specimens, obturator artery gave origin to the inferior vesical artery; usually, it is direct branch of the anterior division of internal iliac artery. In four specimens (%), obturator artery originated from posterior coopsifas.com: Savita Kumari, M.S.

Trinesh Gowda. The obturator artery most often originates from the anterior division of the internal iliac artery. It travels along the obturator fascia of the pelvic sidewall, between the obturator nerve and vein, to reach the obturator foramen.

It is crossed by the ureter close to its origin, and by the ductus deferens in the male. The obturator artery sometimes arises from the main stem or from the posterior trunk of the internal iliac artery, or it may arise from the superior gluteal artery; occasionally it arises from the external coopsifas.comes: anterior branch and posterior branch.

The branches of the internal and external iliac artery were dissected. The obturator artery was identified and traced from its origin to its exit at the obturator membrane. The course of the artery and its relation to the surrounding structures were noted. Dec 01,  · A common trunk for the inferior epigastric and obturator arteries firstly originated from the left internal iliac artery, at mm below the bifurcation of the left common iliac artery.

This trunk ran straight between the left external iliac artery and left external iliac vein, and was finally divided into the left inferior epigastric and left obturator arteries just superior to the inguinal ligament.

The exact arrangement of branches of the internal iliac artery is variable. Generally, the artery divides into an anterior division and a posterior division, with the posterior division giving rise to the superior gluteal, iliolumbar, and lateral sacral arteries.

The rest usually arise from the anterior coopsifas.comes: iliolumbar artery, lateral sacral artery. Feb 04,  · Internal iliac artery branches anatomy tutorial. Check out the 3D app at coopsifas.com More tutorials available on coopsifas.com The inferior epigastric artery arises from the external iliac artery and is an important artery supplying the anterior abdominal wall.

If a superficial inferior epigastric artery is present, as seen in about two-thrids of cases, then the inferior epigastric artery is referred to as the deep inferior epigastric artery. artery as from a common trunk of external iliac artery ranging between 20 to 30 % (Bergman et al.).

Based on different studies, the current review found the incidence of the infe-rior epigastric artery arising from common trunk of external iliac artery with obturator artery found to be between to % (Kawai et al.

& Hussein et al.). Aug 12,  · Origin of the Arteries of the Lower Limbs. The abdominal aorta splits into right and left common iliac coopsifas.com common iliac artery divides into an internal and an external branch. The external iliac artery becomes the femoral artery as it crosses. [25] reported the origin of prostatic arteries as follows: internal pudendal artery (56%), common gluteal-pudendal trunk (28%), obturator artery (12%), and inferior gluteal artery (4%).

Comparison of Nonspherical Polyvinyl Alcohol Particles and Microspheres for Prostatic Arterial Embolization in Patients with Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia. Regarding the variability in the origin of the OA, Bergman et al.

documented that it may arise from the common iliac or anterior division of the internal iliac in % of cases, from the inferior epigastric in 25% of cases, from the superior gluteal in 10% of cases, from the inferior gluteal/internal pudendal trunk in 10% of cases, from the.

In one case the ilio-lumbar was a branch of the obturator, itself a branch of the internal iliac. Lateral sacral.- 53 observations. In 27 (%) the two arteries of one side rose by a common trunk; in 25 (%) there were two distinct arteries on one side, while in one case three arteries were present.

internal iliac artery in 93% of hemi-pelvises (67/72), while Malivalaya et al found in %, and 79% by Pai This is the most common source of origin of obturator artery in literature and in all previous study. As we go further in specification, in our study obturator artery originate from anterior trunk of internal iliac artery in 75%.

The most common type of variation is the anastomosis between OBA of internal iliac origin & inferior epigastric of external iliac origin.

Out of these only in 30% of cases this anastomosis opens up to become accessory obturator artery, replacing the normal branch from the internal iliac artery (Bergman et al.).

Further, the inferior epigastric artery frequently arises indirectly from external iliac artery as from a common trunk with other arteries such as deep circumflex iliac artery, the obturator artery (Kawai et al., & Hussein et al., ) or with the obturator and medial circumflex femoral arteries (Sanudo et .(internal iliac artery), the anterior or posterior division of the latter, or a branch of either division (Parson & Keith, ; Pick et al; Brathwaite, ).

The most common type of variation is the anastomosis between OBA of internal iliac origin & inferior epigastric of external iliac origin. Out ofCited by: The findings were observed and recorded. Results: Origin of obturator artery was most frequently a direct branch of the anterior division of the internal iliac artery, in 16 specimens (%).

It was arising from the inferior epigastric artery in 12 specimens (%).