Medical Definition of Musculus sacrococcygeus posterior

1. An inconstant and poorly developed muscle on the dorsal surfaces of the sacrum and coccyx, the remains of a portion of the tail musculature of lower animals. Synonym: musculus sacrococcygeus dorsalis, dorsal sacrococcygeal muscle, musculus extensor coccygis, musculus sacrococcygeus posterior. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Musculus Sacrococcygeus Posterior

musculus rectus externus
musculus rectus femoris
musculus rectus inferior
musculus rectus internus
musculus rectus lateralis
musculus rectus medialis
musculus rectus superior
musculus rectus thoracis
musculus retrahens aurem
musculus rhomboatloideus
musculus rhomboideus major
musculus rhomboideus minor
musculus risorius
musculus sacrococcygeus anterior
musculus sacrococcygeus dorsalis
musculus sacrococcygeus posterior (current term)
musculus sacrococcygeus ventralis
musculus sacrolumbalis
musculus sacrospinalis
musculus salpingopharyngeus
musculus sartorius
musculus scalenus
musculus scalenus anterior
musculus scalenus anticus
musculus scalenus medius
musculus scalenus minimus
musculus scalenus posterior
musculus scalenus posticus
musculus semimembranosus
musculus semispinalis

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