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Posterior Trunk of Internal Iliac Vein
Cardiovascular System

Posterior Trunk of Internal Iliac Vein

Truncus posterior venae iliacae internae

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The posterior trunk of the anterior iliac vein closely follows the path of the corresponding artery and provides venous drainage to the gluteal region and pelvis.

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Internal Iliac Vein

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The internal iliac vein is formed by the confluence of the obturator, branches of the internal pudendal, and gluteal veins, which originate in the thigh, perineum, and buttock respectively.

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