sacroiliac articulation

sa·cro·il·i·ac joint

[TA]
the synovial joint on either side between the auricular surface of the sacrum and that of the ilium.

sacroiliac articulation

an immovable joint in the pelvis formed by the articulation of each side of the sacrum with an iliac bone.
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The sacroiliac articulation, however, was unaffected [Figure 3a].
Well defined triangular sclerotic area on the iliac part of the sacroiliac articulation can be seen on x-rays.
The auricular part of ilium is involved and well defined triangular sclerotic area on the iliac part of the sacroiliac articulation can be seen on x-rays (1).
This edition has updated and expanded content on joint assessment, joint subluxation/dysfunction, adjustive mechanics, and sacroiliac articulation, and updated and modified procedures, and it names each of the adjustive procedures following patterns used by the US National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
In fact, overuse or accumulation of micro-trauma of the sacroiliac articulation, that may have occurred during horseback riding, could have led to dysfunction and caused inflammation inside the joint.
The clinical presentation suggesting involvement of the sacroiliac joint and the surrounding hip musculature oriented the intervention toward chiropractic adjustments of the sacroiliac articulation combined with myofascial and stretching therapy of the involved muscles.