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Uterine veins

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Uterine veins

Uterine veins
Vessels of the uterus and its appendages, rear view.
Latin Vena uterina
(plural: venae uterinae)
Drains from
Uterine venous plexus
Drains to
Internal iliac vein
Uterine artery
Anatomical terminology

The uterine veins are tributaries of the internal iliac veins. They are found in the cardinal ligaments.

External links

  • uterine+veins at eMedicine Dictionary

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