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Arteries of Urogenital System
Cardiovascular System

Arteries of Urogenital System

Arteriae systematis urogenitalis

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Description

The urogenital system receives its blood supply fromby way of the main stem, or branches of, the renal arteries (kidneys and ureter), abdominal aorta (gonads), internal iliac arteries (bladder, intrapelvic genital ducts, perineum, and some of the external genitalia), and external iliac arteriesy (remainder of external genitalia).

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