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Year 2010 Vol. 18 No 5

GENERAL AND SPECIAL SURGERY

KUZMENKO A.V., USOVICH A.K.

SURGICAL ANATOMY OF THE MAIN TRUNK AND ANASTOMOSES OF THE INFERIOR GLUTEAL ARTERY

Objectives. Revealing of variations of the main trunk anatomy and anastomoses of the inferior gluteal artery.
Methods. The investigations were performed on 7 unfixed and 46 fixed dead bodies. Methods of dead bodies’ preparation and morphometry were used in the research.
Results. The data concerning variant anatomy of the main trunk of the inferior gluteal artery were obtained. It was determined that the inferior gluteal artery forms intra-pelvic anastomoses over the distance of 21,0±3,0 mm from the place of its beginning. The left inferior artery was established to form anastomoses more often than the right one with the main vessels of the pelvic cavity and adjoining regions.
Conclusions. The obtained data can be used in urgent surgery to stop bleeding from the damaged main trunk of the inferior gluteal artery.

Keywords: inferior gluteal artery, pelvic arteries, anastomoses
p. 82 – 87 of the original issue
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