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Lumbosacral joint

Lumbosacral joint
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Latin articulatio lumbosacralis
Anatomical terminology

The lumbosacral joint is a joint of the body, between the last lumbar vertebra and the first sacral segment of the vertebral column.[1][2] In some ways, calling it a "joint" (singular) is a misnomer, since the lumbosacral junction includes a disc between the lower lumbar vertebral body and the uppermost sacral vertebral body, as well as two lumbosacral facet joints (right and left zygapophysial joints).

References

  1. ^ Lin YH, Chen CS, Cheng CK, Chen YH, Lee CL, Chen WJ (November 2001). "Geometric parameters of the in vivo tissues at the lumbosacral joint of young Asian adults". Spine 26 (21): 2362–7.  
  2. ^ Lu X, Hou C, Yuan W, Zhang Z, Chen A (June 2009). "Complete traumatic anterior dislocation of the lumbosacral joint: a case report". Spine 34 (14): E488–92.  


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