Medial sacral crest
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|Medial sacral crest|
Sacrum, dorsal surface.
Lateral surfaces of sacrum and coccyx.
|Latin||crista sacralis medialis|
|Anatomical terms of bone|
On the lateral aspect of the sacral groove is a linear series of tubercles produced by the fusion of the articular processes which together form the indistinct medial sacral crest (intermediate sacral crest, sacral articular crest).
- intermediate+sacral+crest at eMedicine Dictionary
- Atlas image: back_bone30 at the University of Michigan Health System - "The Back, Posterior View"
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