Corona mortis: an anatomic study in seven cadavers and an endoscopic study in 28 patients.

@article{Berberolu2001CoronaMA,
  title={Corona mortis: an anatomic study in seven cadavers and an endoscopic study in 28 patients.},
  author={Metin Berberoğlu and Aysun Uz and Mahir M. Ozmen and Mehmet Cem Bozkurt and C. Erkuran and S. Taner and Ahmet Mahmut Tekin and Ibrahim Tekdemir},
  journal={Surgical endoscopy},
  year={2001},
  volume={15 1},
  pages={72-5}
}
BACKGROUND The corona mortis is defined as the vascular connections between the obturator and external iliac systems. While detailed information on the arterial anastomoses in corona mortis is available, a complete description of the venous system is lacking. Although the tiny anastomoses behind the pubic symphysis between the obturator and external iliac arteries have been described in classical anatomy textbooks, these texts neglect to mention that these anastomoses can be life threatening… CONTINUE READING

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