[Anatomical bases of external pudendal artery injuries during surgical treatment of pelvic limb varices].

INTRODUCTION External pudendal artery is a collateral branch of the common femoral artery which is the primary blood supply to the penis or the clitoris. Its relationship with the venous arch of the great saphenous vein and its afferents in femoral triangle, are very narrow. This often entails injuries during crossectomy and great saphenous vein stripping… (More)