Posterior sacrococcygeal ligament
|Ligament: Posterior sacrococcygeal ligament|
|Articulations of pelvis. Posterior view. (Superficial posterior sacrococcygeal ligament labeled at bottom left.)|
|Latin||ligamentum sacrococcygeum posterius|
|Gray's||subject #80 309|
This ligament completes the lower and back part of the sacral canal, and is divisible into a short deep portion and a longer superficial part.
It is in relation, behind, with the Glutæus maximus.
- l_09/12492991 at Dorland's Medical Dictionary - "superficial posterior sacrococcygeal ligament"
- l_09/12492981 at Dorland's Medical Dictionary - "deep posterior sacrococcygeal ligament"
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