Zaglas ligament

Zag·las lig·a·ment

(zăg'lăs),
a short thick fibrous band extending from the posterior superior spine of the ileum to the second transverse tubercle of the sacrum.

Zaglas ligament

(zag′lăs)
[John Zaglas, 19th-cent. Scottish anatomist's assistant]
The part of the posterior sacroiliac ligament from the posterosuperior spinous process of the ilium to the side of the sacrum.

Zaglas,

John, 19th century anatomist's assistant in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Zaglas ligament - a short, thick, fibrous band extending from the posterior superior spine of the ilium to the second transverse tubercle of the sacrum.