Inferior gluteal line
|Bone: Inferior gluteal line|
|Right hip bone. External surface. (Inferior gluteal line is horizontal red line near center.)|
|Latin||linea glutea inferior|
|Gray's||subject #57 233|
The inferior gluteal line (inferior curved line), the least distinct of the three gluteal lines, begins in front at the notch on the anterior border, and, curving backward and downward, ends near the middle of the greater sciatic notch.
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Bones of pelvis/pelvic cavity
|General||sacrum, coccyx, hip bone|
|Ilium||Body (Arcuate line)|
Wing: gluteal lines (Posterior, Anterior, Inferior) - Fossa - iliac spines (Anterior superior, Anterior inferior, Posterior superior, Posterior inferior) - Crest - Tuberosity
|Ischium||Body (Ischial spine, Lesser sciatic notch) - Superior ramus (Tuberosity of the ischium) - Inferior ramus|
|Pubis||Body - Superior ramus (Pubic tubercle, Pubic crest, Obturator crest) - Inferior ramus (Pectineal line)|
|Compound||Acetabulum (Acetabular notch) - Iliopubic eminence/Iliopectineal line - Linea terminalis - Ischiopubic ramus/Pubic arch Lesser pelvis (Pelvic inlet, Pelvic brim, Pelvic outlet) - Greater pelvis|
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