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sacral

 [sa´kral]
pertaining to the sacrum.

sa·cral

(sā'krăl),
Relating to or in the neighborhood of the sacrum.

sacral

/sa·cral/ (sa´kral) pertaining to the sacrum.

sacral

(sā′krəl)
adj.
Of, near, or relating to the sacrum.

sacral

See sacrum.

sacral

adjective Referring to the sacrum or the region around the sacrum.

Pronunciation
Medspeak-UK: pronounced, SAKE rull
Medspeak-US: pronounced, SACK rull

sacral

adjective Referring to the sacrum

sa·cral

(sā'krăl)
Relating to or in the neighborhood of the sacrum.

sacral

Pertaining to the SACRUM.

sacral,

adj pertaining to the sacrum.

sacral

pertaining to the sacrum.

sacral dysgensis
defective development of sacral vertebrae as in Manx cats.
sacral paralysis
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Sacral insufficiency fractures are an often under diagnosed condition in the elderly population, typically presenting with severe low back pain resulting in immobility.
As our population ages, we will see more sacral insufficiency fractures that will require intervention," said Douglas Yim, MD, Visiting Associate Professor, Associate Program Director of Interventional Radiology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD.
Each Mughal ruler utilized his power to deploy the state's resources in depicting himself--through writing, art, architecture, coinage, protocol, and even ritual, birth stories, and messianism--as not just special but sacral (p.
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Chemical shift fat suppression is usually successful in the lumbar and pelvic region, and is typically used for T2W imaging of the sacral plexus.
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He explained that the device, which has a lifespan of between five-eight years, is implanted through a procedure known as the sacral nerve stimulation - a minimally invasive procedure to treat urge incontinence, overactive bladder, urinary retention or interstitial cystitis.
As anterior pelvic tilt and therefore the sacral base angle increases, the lumbar spine must compensate by commensurately increasing its lordosis; similarly, if the sacral base angle decreases, the lumbar spine compensates by decreasing its lordosis (Figure 3).