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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There were no differences in the instrumented iliosacral levels between the two groups, which were from S1 to S2 [ ?
The most common application of computer-assisted orthopedic surgery in trauma is in the placement of iliosacral screws.
Percutaneous iliosacral screw fixation in S1 and S2 for posterior pelvic ring injuries: technique and perioperative complications.
Variations in sacral morphology and implications for iliosacral screw fixation.
Posterior iliac crescent fracture-dislocation: What morphological variations are amenable to iliosacral screw fixation?
The RTs were attached at the iliosacral joint and at the ankle (heel tab) of the running shoes.
2008, vertebrae, iliosacral 2009); Cobos (2009) block, ischia, pubes, femur, tibia, fibula, calcaneum, astragalus, dermal plate (mainly undescribed) Dacentrurus armatus Dermal tail spine Casanovas-Cladellas et al.
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.
Gaining popularity, iliosacral screw fixation affords a minimally invasive avenue for stabilization of some complex pelvic ring injuries (27-32) (Fig.
This study aimed to compare the stability of Tile C pelvic fractures fixed with two iliosacral (IS) screws and minimally invasive adjustable plate (MIAP) combined with one IS screw.