Medical Definition of Lateral sacrococcygeal ligament

1. A ligament that extends from the lateral inferior margin of the sacrum to the transverse process of the first coccygeal vertebra. Synonym: ligamentum sacrococcygeum laterale, intercornual ligament. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lateral Sacrococcygeal Ligament

lateral raises
lateral ramus radiograph
lateral recess of fourth ventricle
lateral rectus
lateral rectus muscle
lateral rectus muscle of the head
lateral region
lateral region of neck
lateral reticular nucleus
lateral root of median nerve
lateral root of optic tract
lateral sacral artery
lateral sacral crests
lateral sacral veins
lateral sacrococcygeal ligament (current term)
lateral semicircular canals
lateral sinus
lateral skull radiograph
lateral spinal sclerosis
lateral spinothalamic tract
lateral splanchnic arteries
lateral stratum
lateral stratums
lateral striate arteries
lateral sulcus
lateral superficial cervical lymph nodes
lateral superior genicular artery
lateral supraclavicular nerve

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