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Common Iliac Arteries

Summary Information: Common Iliac Arteries

Common Iliac Arteries: The common iliac arteries are a pair of large arteries that supply oxygenated blood to the lower extremities and pelvis. The common iliac arteries begin at the descending aorta at the aortic bifurcation in the pelvic area. Blood flows from the heart, into the aorta, through the common iliac arteries and into its branches, the internal iliac arteries and the external iliac arteries. Conditions that afflict the common iliac arteries include atherosclerosis and aneurysm.

Closely Related Organs: Common Iliac Arteries

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Common Iliac Arteries

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Other Names: Common Iliac Arteries

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Sub Parts: Common Iliac Arteries

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Common Iliac Arteries

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