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" ... the ascending ischiatic ramus, and by its external semicircumference to the outline of the obturator foramen. This ligament closes the obturator foramen, with the exception of an opening at its upper part, through which pass the obturator vessels... "
American eclectic obstetrics - Page 18
by John King - 1855 - 741 pages
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AMERICAN ELECTIC OBSTETRICS

JOHN KING, M.D. - 1855
...obturator muscles are attached to the two surfaces of this membrane. The SACRO-COCCYGEAL SYMPHTSIS, is the articulation between the apex of the sacrum...and the base of the coccyx ; this union is effected by a cartilaginous substance, similar to that which exists between the vertebrae, and is strengthened...
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King's Eclectic Obstetrics

John King - Obstetrics, Eclectic - 1892 - 747 pages
...likewise be mentioned ; it is inserted by its internal serai-circumference to the posterior face <>f the ascending ischiatic ramus, and by its external...the apex of the sacrum and the base of the coccyx; it is similar to the joints between the bodies of the vertebrae. The union is effected by two ligaments,...
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Understanding Joints: A Practical Guide to Their Structure and Function

Bernard Kingston - Medical - 2000 - 240 pages
...lumbosacral junction. The sacrococcygeal junction The sacrococcygeal junction represents the joint between the apex of the sacrum and the base of the coccyx, which is a secondary cartilaginous joint, or symphysis, but has elliptical articular surfaces permitting...
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Last's Anatomy: Regional and Applied

Mcminn - 2003 - 705 pages
...front of the ventral sacroiliac ligament. Sacrococcygeal joint The sacrococcygeal joint is a symphysis between the apex of the sacrum and the base of the coccyx, with an intervening disc of fibrocartilage. A short ventral sacrococcygeal ligament unites the bones...
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Orthopedic Physical Assessment

David J. Magee - Medical - 2008 - 1138 pages
...sacrococcygeal joint is usually a fused line (symphysis) united by a fibrocartilaginous disc. It is found between the apex of the sacrum and the base of the coccyx. Occasionally, the joint is freely movable and synovia!. With advanced age, the joint may fuse and be...
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