gluteal artery

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Related to gluteal artery: internal pudendal artery, Gluteal branches
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Noun1.gluteal artery - branches of the internal iliac artery that supply the hip joint and gluteal regiongluteal artery - branches of the internal iliac artery that supply the hip joint and gluteal region
arteria, arterial blood vessel, artery - a blood vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body
hip - either side of the body below the waist and above the thigh
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The inferior gluteal and first perforator arteries: The tibial portion of the sciatic nerve got arterial supply from the inferior gluteal artery through its branch, that accompanied the posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh (Fig.
Type I is defined as the uterine artery arising as the first branch of the inferior gluteal artery (Fig.
Their topics include the history of the use of perforator flaps for microsurgical breast reconstruction, essential equipment needed for perforator flap breast reconstruction and operating room setup, gluteal artery perforator flap, free lumbar artery perforator flap for autologous breast reconstruction, bipedicled (doubled for stacked) abdominal perforator flap in unilateral breast reconstruction, deep circumflex iliac artery perforator flap, and indocyanine green/SPY imaging.
There are also some reports of GCS associated with the use of statins [15,16], as a complication of hip surgery [17], intramuscular injections [18], Ehlers-Danlos syndrome [19], infection [20], superior gluteal artery rupture, sickle cell disease, and trauma, with the latter rarely being associated with this pathology [6-8].
Right internal iliac artery ligation was performed below origin of superior gluteal artery to avoid claudication and hematuria subsided.
The parietal branches secured are the obturator artery, the inferior gluteal artery and the internal pudendal artery.
Gluteal artery pseudoaneurysm, a rare cause of sciatic pain: case report and literature review.
The superior gluteal artery perforator (SGAP) flap is a reliable flap that preserves the entire contralateral side as a future donor site.
We present a case in which an injury to a branch of the superior gluteal artery occurred during prophylactic intramedullary fixation of an atypical subtrochanteric stress fracture.
The two types of flaps from the gluteal region are the SGAP (superior gluteal artery perforator) and the IGAP (inferior gluteal artery perforator).
The flap is based on the branch of the inferior gluteal artery that runs along the posterior cutaneous nerve of the thigh.
However, there has been a change from the musculocutaneous flap to the fasciocutaneous flap, with the pedicled superior gluteal artery perforator (SGAP) fasciocutaneous flap adapted for sacral pressure sore reconstruction.