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Branches of Internal Iliac Artery:

“I Love Going Places In My Very Own Underwear”:

 Ileolumbar
 Lateral sacral
 Gluteal (superior and inferior)
 Pudendal (internal)
 Inferior vesicle (uterine in females)
 Middle rectal
 Vaginal
 Obturator
 Umbilical

Coelic trunk: branches

Left Hand Side (LHS):

 Left gastric artery

 Hepatic artery
 Splenic artery

Descending abdominal aorta branches from diaphragm to iliacs:

“Prostitutes Cause Sagging Swollen Red Testicles [in men] Living In Sin”:

 Phrenic [inferior]
 Celiac
 Superior mesenteric
 Suprarenal [middle]
 Renal
 Testicular [“in men” only]
 Lumbars
 Inferior mesenteric
 Sacral
Descending abdominal aorta: seven divisions

“Sometimes Intestines Get Really Stretched Causing Leakage”:

 Suprarenals [paired]
 Inferior mesenteric
 Gonadal [paired]
 Renals [paired]
 Superior mesenteric
 Celiac
 Lumbar [paired]

Female pelvic organs’ blood supply

“3 organs, each get 2 blood supplies”:

Uterus: uterine, vaginal.

Rectum: middle rectal, inferior rectal [inferior rectal is the end of pudendal].

Bladder: superior vesical, inferior vesical.

Femoral artery deep branches

“Put My Leg Down Please”:

 Profundus femoris (deep femoral artery)

 Medial circumflex femoral artery
 Lateral circumflex femoral artery
 Descending genicular arteries
 Perforating arteries

Inferior vena cava tributaries

“I Like To Rise So High”:

 Illiacs
 Lumbar
 Testicular
 Renal
 Suprarenal+Hepatic vein
Internal iliac artery: anterior branches:

What Bill admitted to Hilary: “IMilked Our Insatiable Intern’s Udders Under the Desk”:

 Inferior gluteal
 Middle rectal
 Obturator
 Inferior vesical artery
 Internal pudendal artery
 Umbilical
 U/D=Uterine artery (female)/ Deferential artery (male)

Internal iliac artery: posterior branch


 Posterior branch
 Iliolumbar
 Lateral sacral
 Superior gluteal

Internal pudendal branches

“I Pee Pee But Don’t Dump!”:

 Inferior rectal
 Posterior scrotal (or labial)
 Perineal
 Bulb
 Deep artery
 Dorsal artery