Anterior sacrococcygeal ligament

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Anterior sacrococcygeal ligament
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Articulations of pelvis. Anterior view. (Anterior sacrococcygeal lig. visible at bottom left.)
Details
From Sacrum
To Coccyx
Identifiers
Latin ligamentum sacrococcygeum anterius
TA A03.2.08.004
FMA 76850
Anatomical terminology

The anterior sacrococcygeal ligament or ventral sacrococcygeal ligament consists of a few irregular fibers, which descend from the anterior surface of the sacrum to the front of the coccyx, blending with the periosteum.[1]

This short[2] ligament forms the continuation of the anterior longitudinal ligament and stretches over the sacrococcygeal symphysis.[3][4][5]

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Morris (2005), p 59
  2. ^ Sinnatamby (2006), p 336
  3. ^ OMD: Definition
  4. ^ Jinkins (2000), p 538
  5. ^ Ebrall (2004), 243

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