Inferior gluteal veins
|Vein: Inferior gluteal veins|
|Latin||venae gluteae inferiores|
|Gray's||subject #173 674|
|Drains to||anterior division of internal iliac vein|
|Artery||inferior gluteal artery|
The Inferior Gluteal Veins (sciatic veins), or venæ comitantes of the inferior gluteal artery, begin on the upper part of the back of the thigh, where they anastomose with the medial femoral circumflex and first perforating veins.
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