Medial sacral crest

Medial sacral crest
Bone: Medial sacral crest
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Sacrum, dorsal surface.
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Lateral surfaces of sacrum and coccyx.
Latin crista sacralis medialis
Gray's subject #24 107

On the lateral aspect of the sacral groove is a linear series of tubercles produced by the fusion of the articular processes which together form the indistinct medial sacral crest (intermediate sacral crest, sacral articular crest).

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