Greater sciatic notch
|Bone: Greater sciatic notch|
|Right hip bone, external surface, showing greater sciatic notch and lesser sciatic notch, separated by the spine of ischium.|
|Latin||incisura ischiadica major|
|Gray's||subject #57 235|
It transmits the Piriformis, the superior and inferior gluteal vessels and nerves, the sciatic and posterior femoral cutaneous nerves, the internal pudendal vessels, and nerve, and the nerves to the Obturator internus and Quadratus femoris.
Of these, the superior gluteal vessels and nerve pass out above the Piriformis, the other structures below it.
- SUNY Labs 42:os-0110 - The Male Perineum and the Penis: Osteology"
- SUNY Labs 44:st-0708 - "The Male Pelvis: Hip Bone"
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