Internal pudendal artery



internal pudendal artery n.
An artery with origin in the internal iliac artery and with branches to the inferior rectal, perineal, posterior scrotal or labial, and urethral arteries, the artery of the bulb of the penis or vestibule, the deep artery of the penis or clitoris, and the dorsal artery of the penis or clitoris.

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