Inferior Gluteal

Inferior gluteal can refer to:

  • Inferior gluteal artery
  • Inferior gluteal veins

Other articles related to "inferior gluteal, gluteal, inferior":

Inferior Gluteal Nerve - Anatomy - Origin
... The muscle is supplied by the inferior gluteal nerve which arises from the dorsal branches of the ventral rami of the fifth (L5) lumbar and the first (S1) and second (S2) sacral nerves ... The inferior gluteal nerve originates from sacral plexus from the dorsal L5, S1, and S2 rami ... to the piriformis muscle and gives rise to the sciatic nerve, the superior and inferior gluteal nerves, and the pudendal and posterior femoral cutaneous nerves ...
Greater Sciatic Foramen - Contents
... foramen Location Name Vessels Nerves Above the Piriformis suprapiriform foramen superior gluteal vessels superior gluteal nerve Below the Piriformis infrapiriform foramen inferior gluteal ...
List Of Muscles Of The Human Body/version 2 - Muscles of Lower Limb - Buttocks
... Artery Nerve Action Antagonist gluteus maximus muscle Gluteal surface of ilium, lumbar fascia, sacrum, sacrotuberous ligament Gluteal tuberosity of the femur ... lateral rotator group gluteus minimus muscle Gluteal surface of ilium, under gluteus medius ... Greater trochanter of the femur superior gluteal artery superior gluteal nerve (L4, L5, S1 nerve roots) Works in concert with gluteus medius abduction of the hip preventing adduction of the hip ...
Inferior Gluteal Veins
... The Inferior Gluteal Veins (sciatic veins), or venæ comitantes of the inferior gluteal artery, begin on the upper part of the back of the thigh, where ... system ascending lumbar (subcostal) IVC (Systemic) To IVC or left renal vein inferior phrenic · hepatic (central veins of liver, liver sinusoid) · suprarenal ...

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