iliosacral

il·i·o·sa·cral

(il'ē-ō-sā'krăl),
Relating to the ilium and sacrum.

iliosacral

(ĭl″ē-ō-sā′krăl) [″ + sacralis, pert. to the sacrum]
Concerning the sacrum and ilium.
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The RTs were attached at the iliosacral joint and at the ankle (heel tab) of the running shoes.
We considered movement at the iliosacral joint to be negligible because of the joint's limited range of motion and high stiffness--an order of magnitude larger than spinal joints [25].
On the other hand, pressure over the iliosacral joint interstice causes pain.
For simplicity, three points that run at an angle from the iliosacral joint interstice to the buttock fold are selected.
Gaining popularity, iliosacral screw fixation affords a minimally invasive avenue for stabilization of some complex pelvic ring injuries (27-32) (Fig.
Remiger A, Engelhardt P: [Percutaneous iliosacral screw fixation of vertical unstable pelvic ring fractures].
Shuler TE, et al: Percutaneous iliosacral screw fixation: Early treatment for unstable posterior pelvic ring disruptions.
Tonetti J, et al: Percutaneous iliosacral screw placement using image guided techniques.
Routt ML Jr, et al: Early results of percutaneous iliosacral screws placed with the patient in the supine position.
Routt ML Jr, et al: Radiographic recognition of the sacral alar slope for optimal placement of iliosacral screws: A cadaveric and clinical study.