Internal Pudendal Artery

The Internal Pudendal artery is a terminal branch of the anterior division of the internal iliac artery. It exits the pelvis (via the greater sciatic foramen) between the piriformis and coccygeus muscles to enter the lesser sciatic foramen and distributes to the perineal area. It gives rise to three arteries: inferior rectal artery, dorsal artery of the penis (clitoris), and perineal artery.