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Obturator vein

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obturator vein

(Science: anatomy, vein) formed by the union of tributaries draining the hip joint and the obturator and adductor muscles of the thigh; it enters the pelvis by the obturator canal as venae comitantes of the obturator artery and empties into the internal iliac vein.

Synonym: vena obturatoria.