Inferior Vesical Artery

The inferior vesical artery is an artery in the pelvis that supplies the lower part of the bladder.

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Inferior Vesical Artery - Structure - Sex
... be found only in males, and cite the vaginal artery as the homologous structure in females ... In these contexts, the inferior vesical artery in females is a small branch of a vaginal artery ...

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