I = Internal Iliac; F = Superior Gluteal; HI = The Internal Pudendal gives rise to the Middle Rectal... I = Internal Iliac; F = Superior Gluteal; HI = The Internal Pudendal gives rise to the Middle Rectal... I internal iliac artery F Superior gluteal artery HI internal pudendal artery becoming the inferior... I internal iliac artery F Superior gluteal artery HI internal pudendal artery becoming the inferior... F Superior gluteal artery I inferior gluteal artery H internal pudendal artery S lateral sacral... F Superior gluteal artery I inferior gluteal artery H internal pudendal artery S lateral sacral... F Superior gluteal artery I inferior gluteal artery H internal pudendal artery S lateral sacral... F Superior gluteal artery I inferior gluteal artery H internal pudendal artery S lateral sacral... IL. Iliolumbar; F. Superior gluteal; I. Inferior Gluteal; Ho. Internal Pudendal; He. Middle... IL., Iliolumbar; F., Superior gluteal; I. Inferior Gluteal; Ho., Internal Pudendal; He., Middle... IL. Iliolumbar; F. Superior gluteal; 1. Inferior Gluteal; Ho. Internal Pudendal; He. Middle... IL., Iliolumbar; F., Superior gluteal; 1. Inferior Gluteal; Ho., Internal Pudendal; He., Middle... F = Superior Gluteal H = Internal Pudendal. I = Inferior Gluteal Type a 36% Type b 4% Types cde... F = Superior Gluteal, H = Internal Pudendal. I = Inferior Gluteal Type a 36% Type b 4% Types c,d,e... IL iliolumbar artery F Superior gluteal artery I inferior gluteal artery Ho internal pudendal He... IL iliolumbar artery F Superior gluteal artery I inferior gluteal artery Ho internal pudendal He... IL iliolumbar artery F Superior gluteal artery I inferior gluteal artery Ho internal pudendal He... IL iliolumbar artery F Superior gluteal artery I inferior gluteal artery Ho internal pudendal He... F IG. 544– The arteries of the gluteal and posterior femoral regions. ( See enlarged image ) F IG. 544– The arteries of the gluteal and posterior femoral regions. ( See enlarged image ) Question: Identify structures. Answer 1 Superior gluteal artery. Answer 2 S1 root. Question: Identify structures. Answer 1 Superior gluteal artery. Answer 2 S1 root. Identify the following arteries -- common carotid external carotid superior thyroidal occipital ... Identify the following arteries -- common carotid, external carotid, superior thyroidal, occipital ... Female human buttocks Female human buttocks Identify -- stomach liver right kidney left kidney aorta inferior vena cava pancreas superior... Identify -- stomach, liver, right kidney, left kidney, aorta, inferior vena cava, pancreas, superior... Identify -- stomach liver right kidney left kidney aorta inferior vena cava pancreas superior... Identify -- stomach, liver, right kidney, left kidney, aorta, inferior vena cava, pancreas, superior... Identify -- stomach liver right kidney left kidney aorta inferior vena cava portal vein... Identify -- stomach, liver, right kidney, left kidney, aorta, inferior vena cava, portal vein,... UVC too low The tip of the UVC lies below the diaphragm (too low) though not in the liver. The UAC... UVC too low The tip of the UVC lies below the diaphragm (too low), though not in the liver. The UAC... Suprascapular notch or the spinoglenoid notch latter being more common are two sites where nerve... Suprascapular notch or the spinoglenoid notch , latter being more common are two sites where nerve... v t e Lymphatics of torso v t e Lymphatics of torso g gluteal artery; isc (persistent) ischiadic artery; pai internal pudendal artery; po popliteal... g, gluteal artery; isc, (persistent) ischiadic artery; pai, internal pudendal artery; po, popliteal... UVC too low The tip of the UVC lies below the diaphragm (too low) though not in the liver. The UAC... UVC too low The tip of the UVC lies below the diaphragm (too low), though not in the liver. The UAC... Contrast extravasation (Gluteal) Contrast extravasation (Gluteal) Identify the following arteries -- celiac axis superior mesenteric (SMA) Radiology of Abdomen... Identify the following arteries -- celiac axis, superior mesenteric (SMA) Radiology of Abdomen,... Left gluteal region showing surface markings for arteries and sciatic nerve. Left gluteal region, showing surface markings for arteries and sciatic nerve. The arteries of the gluteal and posterior femoral regions. The arteries of the gluteal and posterior femoral regions. * Watermark will not be present in purchased TIFF * Watermark will not be present in purchased TIFF UACs in the gluteal arteries Two UACs have been inserted. Neither is in an appropriate position.... UACs in the gluteal arteries Two UACs have been inserted. Neither is in an appropriate position.... UACs in the gluteal arteries Two UACs have been inserted. Neither is in an appropriate position.... UACs in the gluteal arteries Two UACs have been inserted. Neither is in an appropriate position.... Grey’s Anatomy 20th edition 2011-07-01 Editor Share tweet Grey’s Anatomy 20th edition 2011-07-01 Editor Share tweet Left gluteal region showing surface markings for arteries and sciatic nerve. Left gluteal region, showing surface markings for arteries and sciatic nerve.
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