gluteal artery

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Related to Gluteal arteries: internal iliac artery, internal pudendal artery

gluteal artery

The inferior or the superior gluteal artery.
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To the best of our knowledge, there is no current literature on this topic, and anatomical studies analysing the effect of raised compartment pressure on the medial circumflex femoral and inferior gluteal arteries could shed light on whether sciatic nerve viability is likely to be the norm, rather than the exception.
In current study, it includes 342 gluteal regions of 171 cadavers investigating the incidence and course of the articular branch of superior and inferior gluteal arteries in relation to piriformis.
The superior and inferior gluteal arteries arose by a common trunk that divided proximal to the pelvic floor and the internal pudendal vessel separately that is, type IIa (Figure 3), in 15.8% (18 specimens; 9 male and 9 female pelvic halves).