sacral kyphosis

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sacral kyphosis

[TA]
the normal, anteriorly concave curvature of the sacrum (sacral segment of the vertebral column), in which the primary curvature of the fetal embryo is maintained into maturity.
Synonym(s): kyphosis sacralis [TA]

sacral kyphosis

the dorsally convex curve formed by the sacrum when seen from the side.

sa·cral ky·pho·sis

(sā'krăl kī-fō'sis) [TA]
The normal, anteriorly concave curvature of the sacrum (sacral segment of the vertebral column), in which the primary curvature of the fetal embryo is maintained into maturity.