lateral sacral crest


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lat·er·al sa·cral crest

[TA]
crests that are rough ridges lying lateral to the sacral foramina; they represent the fused transverse processes of sacral vertebrae.
Synonym(s): crista sacralis lateralis [TA]
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Current techniques to accomplish these lesions include a periforaminal approach and a lateral sacral crest approach.
For both the periforaminal approach and the lateral sacral crest approach, multiple skin punctures are made in order to place the RF probe, which can result in patient discomfort.
The distance between two superior ends of lateral sacral crests varied from 50-85 mm with a mean (SD) of 65 (5.7) mm.