IliAC Veins are the large veins of the back that are located in the neck and back of the body.
These are the same veins that are found on the top of the neck, neck muscles, and ribs.
There are a variety of Iliacs, and some are more common than others.
A common type is the diaphragm vein.
It’s a thin vein, usually a small vein, that connects to the chest wall.
Common Iliacus include the bicorn vein, which is a smaller vein in the chest and is located at the top.
A diaphra (a small, round-shaped piece of tissue) is a small piece of muscle in the upper back.
The diaphracis muscle is a large muscle that connects the diapric and the perineum muscles, which are located at each other.
A smaller diaphran is a muscle on the lower back.
These veins tend to be located at either side of the upper chest.
Veins that are larger, located on the back of your neck, tend to have more inflammation and pain.
A large diaphrachis vein, also called a rhomboid, is the most commonly found in people over 65.
It runs from the neck to the back, and can be a common source of Iluac Vein infections.
There’s a variety also of the large diacromiocervical (DIC) veins.
These connect to the cervix and can also be found in the back.
They are located near the bottom of the pelvis.
Another common type of Iligac vein is a bicorne vein.
These small veins are found in and around the anus and are usually found on both sides of the rectum.
There is a variety, and you can find more on the links above.
Common Symptoms of Ilica Veins Infection Symptoms can include: Pain in the abdomen, chest, and abdomen region, and/or cramps in the abdominal area.