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Peri-adventitial smooth muscle - inheritance of the iliac arterial system?

The histo-morphology of the arterial walls is typically made of 3 distinct layers or tunics designated as intima, media and adventitia. Based on the composition of the media, the arteries are classified into elastic and muscular types. The common iliac artery is an elastic artery, whereas its branches, the external and internal iliac arteries are muscular arteries. In this study, the presence of smooth muscle bundles outside the adventitia was noted in 93 samples taken from the iliac arterial system and the reasons for their presence have been hypothesized.

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