Inferior Gluteal Artery 3D

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    • * It arises from the internal iliac artery, usually passes between the first and second sacral nerves, and enters the buttock through the greater sciatic foramen.
    • * It supplies the gluteus maximus, the lateral rotators of the hips, the hamstrings (upper part), and the hip joint.
    • * It enters the cruciate anastomosis. It also anastomoses with the superior gluteal, internal pudendal, and obturator arteries.

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  • Description

    • * It arises from the internal iliac artery, usually passes between the first and second sacral nerves, and enters the buttock through the greater sciatic foramen.
    • * It supplies the gluteus maximus, the lateral rotators of the hips, the hamstrings (upper part), and the hip joint.
    • * It enters the cruciate anastomosis. It also anastomoses with the superior gluteal, internal pudendal, and obturator arteries.

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