Median sacral vein
|Vein: Median sacral vein|
|The iliac veins.|
|Scheme of the anastomosis of the veins of the rectum.|
|Latin||vena sacralis mediana|
|Gray's||subject #173 677|
|Artery||Median sacral artery|
The median sacral vein (or middle sacral veins) accompany the corresponding artery along the front of the sacrum, and join to form a single vein, which ends in the left common iliac vein; sometimes in the angle of junction of the two iliac veins.
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