Zaglas ligament

Zag·las lig·a·ment

(zăg'lăs),
a short thick fibrous band extending from the posterior superior spine of the ileum to the second transverse tubercle of the sacrum.
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Zaglas ligament

(zag′lăs)
[John Zaglas, 19th-cent. Scottish anatomist's assistant]
The part of the posterior sacroiliac ligament from the posterosuperior spinous process of the ilium to the side of the sacrum.
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Zaglas,

John, 19th century anatomist's assistant in Edinburgh, Scotland.
Zaglas ligament - a short, thick, fibrous band extending from the posterior superior spine of the ilium to the second transverse tubercle of the sacrum.
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