Inferior gluteal line

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Inferior gluteal line
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Right hip bone. External surface. (Inferior gluteal line is horizontal red line near center.)
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Identifiers
Latin Linea glutaea inferior
TA A02.5.01.119
FMA 16928
Anatomical terms of bone

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.

References[edit]

This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918)