superior clunial nerves

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su·pe·ri·or clu·ni·al nerves

[TA]
terminal branches of the dorsal primary rami of the lumbar nerves, supplying the skin of the upper half of the gluteal region.
Synonym(s): nervi clunium superiores [TA]
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Kostekci, "Alcohol neurolysis for persistent pain caused by superior cluneal nerves injury after iliac crest bone graft harvesting in orthopedic surgery: report of four cases and review of the literature," Spine, vol.
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