Inferior Gluteal Artery

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Inferior Gluteal Artery

alse gluteal aneurysms are exceptional and may develop secondary to penetrating gluteal injury or pelvic trauma. They represent less than 1% of all aneurysms and they develop within the superior or inferior gluteal arteries, being branches of the internal iliac artery. A case of successfully embolization of a pseudo-aneurysm of the inferior gluteal artery discovered one month after a penetrating buttock trauma is presented. The postoperative course was uneventful, and the pain had resolved completely.


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