iliolumbar


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il·i·o·lum·bar

a. iliolumbar, rel. a las regiones ilíaca y lumbar;
___ arteryarteria ___;
___ veinvena ___.
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Other fibers of this muscle are attached to the iliolumbar and anterior sacroiliac ligaments and up to the anterior iliac spines.
Aihara et al [6] study of 70 cadavers reported that the iliolumbar ligament at the level immediately above the transitional vertebra is much thinner and weaker, especially the posterior bands of the ligament had the appearance of fascia and at the level of lumbosacral transitional vertebra it is dense fibrous connective tissue, because of this disc degeneration occur at higher vertebral levels more frequently than level L5-S1.
The branches of the posterior trunk are the superior gluteal artery, lateral sacral artery, and iliolumbar artery.
7 1 8 2 8 2 4 1 Ligament pain Initials Iliolumbar ligament I.T.
It is a well-supported region stabilized by the local paraspinous musculature and iliolumbar ligamentous complex, which connects the transverse processes of L5 to the posterior iliac wing and crest.
After multidisciplinary agreement, the patient underwent urgent Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA) that confirmed the three points of bleeding described on CT, that is, gluteal artery, iliolumbar artery, and lumbar arteries (Figures 2(a) and 2(b)).
Las arterias responsables de la irrigacion del plexo lumbar provienen en forma constante de las arterias lumbares, de la arteria iliolumbar, rama del tronco posterior de la arteria iliaca interna (hipogastrica) y de la arteria iliaca externa a traves de la arteria circunfleja iliaca profunda.
The posterior division gives rise to iliolumbar, lateral sacral, and superior gluteal arteries (parietal branches) (23).
Spanel-Borowski, "Description of the iliolumbar ligament for computer-assisted reconstruction," Annals of Anatomy, vol.
The second compartment is a triangular groove that extends from the transverse process of L5 and the iliolumbar ligament cranially and between the psoas major and iliac muscles until they become fused as the iliopsoas muscle caudally (Figure 4).
Color Doppler ultrasound scanning is able to disclose the dilation and distortion of the uterine artery and peritumoral arterial branches, vascular dysplasia, as well as abnormally rich intratumoral and peritumoral blood flows.14 By reducing blood flow, UAE only induces UF necrosis other than massive necrosis of the uterus, mainly because UF cells cannot endure ischemia and hypoxia as effectively as normal uterine smooth muscle cells do owing to active division.15 In the meantime, the uterus escapes from massive necrosis due to blood supply from abundant pelvic collateral circulation and vascular network, together with the traffic branch of iliolumbar artery, ovarian artery, vaginal artery and sacral artery.