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In the case presented, we believe that the injury to the distal branch of the superior gluteal artery occurred during placement of the initial threaded guidewire while locating the greater trochanteric start point for cephalomedullary nail insertion.
Superior gluteal artery laceration as a complication of iliac crest bone graft surgery was first described by Kahn (3) in 1978.
Second most common has been the superficial inferior epigastric artery flap, followed by the gluteal artery perforator flap, which Dr.