Female sexual gland placed in the abdominal cavity. It produces ova.

Arteries:

From the ovarian artery, which is a branch of the abdominal aorta. This artery anastomoses with the uterine artery which comes from the internal iliac artery.

Veins:

Ovarian vein which is a tributary of the inferior vena cava for right. Left vein enters left renal vein (left). It anastomoses with uterine vein coming from the internal iliac vein. The ovarian vein initially begins as the pampiniform plexus of veins which unite to  become a single tube at the deep inguinal ring, after traversing the inguinal canal accompanied by the testicular artery.

Nerves:

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Sympathetic fibers from T10. There are no parasympathetic fibers in the ovary. They are sympathetic fibers from T10 spinal segment and they pass through the  aortic and renal plexuses travelling along the testicular vessels.

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Afferent fibers for pain sensation have their cells bodies in the spinal ganglion of T10 spinal cord segment.

 

 

 

 

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