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Anatomy Muscle, Function & Nerve (damage) of gluteus.

Gladiator Maximus (Russell Crow)

Maximus Sits on Inferior Stairs, bcz he has posterior hip dislocation.

Gluteal Maximus muscle

Inferior gluteal nerve

Can't rise from Sited position and climb Stairs, after posterior hip dislocation.
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is it that hard to memorize?
maximus from inferior N. and [minimus+medius] from superior N. (vice\versa)

when the superior nerve is damaged.. the tilting appears to the opposite side[trendelenburg's sign]
i'm so bad i make medicine sick,
Imma show you how great i am
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