Medical Definition of Ligamentum sacrotuberosum

1. The ligament that passes from the ischial tuberosity to the ilium, sacrum, and coccyx, transforming the scialic notch to a large scialic foramen, which is then further subdivided by the sacrospinous ligament. Synonym: ligamentum sacrotuberale, ligamentum sacrotuberosum, posterior sacrosciatic ligament. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ligamentum Sacrotuberosum

ligamentum pulmonale
ligamentum quadratum
ligamentum radiatum
ligamentum radiocarpale dorsale
ligamentum radiocarpale palmare
ligamentum sacrococcygeum anterius
ligamentum sacrococcygeum laterale
ligamentum sacrococcygeum posterius profundum
ligamentum sacrococcygeum posterius superficiale
ligamentum sacrodurale
ligamentum sacroiliacum posterius
ligamentum sacrospinale
ligamentum sacrospinosum
ligamentum sacrotuberale
ligamentum sacrotuberosum (current term)
ligamentum serosum
ligamentum sphenomandibulare
ligamentum spirale cochleae
ligamentum splenorenale
ligamentum sternoclaviculare
ligamentum sternoclaviculare anterius
ligamentum sternoclaviculare posterius
ligamentum sternocostale intra-articulare
ligamentum stylohyoideum
ligamentum stylomandibulare
ligamentum supraspinale
ligamentum suspensorium ovarii

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