sacrospinal

sacrospinal

 [sa″kro-spi´nal]
pertaining to the sacrum and vertebral column.

sa·cro·spi·nal

(sā'krō-spī'năl),
Relating to the sacrum and the vertebral column above.

sacrospinal

/sa·cro·spi·nal/ (sa″kro-spi´n'l) pertaining to the sacrum and the spinal column.

sa·cro·spi·nal

(sā'krō-spī'năl)
Relating to the sacrum and the vertebral column above.

sacrospinal

pertaining to the sacrum and vertebral column.
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The sacrotuberal and sacrospinal ligaments are not reconstructed during surgery because there is no need and reconstruction results are inadequate, he said.
Sacrospinal fixation is particularly popular, and recent data suggest it is best performed with an anterior approach via the paravaginal space.
It's critical to place sutures medial and posterior to the spine in the sacrospinal ligament, Dr.