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Indian Journal of Basic and Applied Medical Research; September 2014: Vol.-3, Issue- 4, P. 293-295
Figure 1 showing origin of obturator artery from
Figure 2 showing the abnormal obturator
the inferior epigastric artery.
artery entering the obturator canal.
[ IIA-Internal iliac artery, EIA-External iliac artery,
[ IIA-Internal iliac artery, EIA-External iliac
AOA- Abnormal obturator artery, IEA- Inferior
artery, AOA- Abnormal obturator artery, IEA-
epigastric artery ]
Inferior epigastric artery ]
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