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I – “Inferior” Branch of the Internal Pudendal Artery supplies blood to the perineum.

N – “Nourishes” the genitals and surrounding structures.

T – “Transverse” perineal branches of the Internal Pudendal Artery contribute to the blood supply.

E – “External” Pudendal Artery, a branch of the Internal Pudendal Artery, supplies the labia majora and scrotum.

R – “Rectal” branches of the Internal Pudendal Artery provide blood to the rectum and anal region.

N – “Necessary” for maintaining blood circulation to the pelvic floor and associated organs.

A – “Arises” from the internal iliac artery, its primary source of blood.

L – “Leaves” the pelvis through the lesser sciatic foramen on its way to supply the perineum.

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