Superficial Temporal Artery Internal Carotid ArteryExternal Carotid Artery Common Carotid Arteries Subclavian Artery Superior Vena CavaPulmonary Arteries HeartInferior Vena Cava Common Iliac Artery Aorta Descending Aorta
Common Iliac Vein Subclavian VeinAxillary Vein Axillary ArteryBrachial Artery Ulnar Artery Radial Artery Basilic VeinInternal Iliac Artery External Iliac VeinExternal Iliac Artery Great Saphenous Vein Femoral Artery Femoral Vein
Tibial Arteries Small Saphenous Vein Tibial Veins
Common Iliac Vein
EXTERNAL ILIAC VEINS
These are the large veins connecting Femoral Veins to Common iliac Veins. They originate from the inferior margin of Inguinal Ligaments (band of ligaments running from Pubic Tubercle to Anterior Superior Iliac Spine) and end by joining with Internal Iliac Veins forming Common Iliac Veins.
External Iliac Veins are accompanied with External Iliac Arteries.
Some of its other significant attributes are the drainage of Inferior Epigastric Veins (carries deoxygenated blood and drain into thoracic vein).
INTERNAL ILIAC VEINS
Internal Iliac Vein also known as Hypogastric Vein starts near the upper region of Sciatic Foramen (major opening of Human Pelvis) passing slightly tilted and behind Internal Iliac Artery at brim of Pelvis (edge of planar surface between Pelvic and Abdominal Cavity). There it then joins with External Iliac Vein to form Common Iliac Vein.