sacrum

[ sak-ruh m, sey-kruh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF sacrum

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Distance from acetabular axis to anterior end of sacrum 30 mm.

The straightness of the sacrum will also be a guide in other cases.

The ilia are not connected with the sacrum by ossified sacral ribs.

The sacrum is formed by a number of caudal and dorsal vertebr.

The ossification of the sacrum also has reached its culminating point.

It was U-shaped, following the ridges of the ilia and the sacrum.

Some rheumatic pains in limbs, and heaviness about the sacrum.

The structure so formed may be named the notarium to distinguish it from the sacrum.

They are united to the sacrum behind and joined to each other in front.

Fig. 4, represents one of the lumbar vertebræ, (five in number,) which are immediately above the sacrum.

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