posterior sacroiliac ligaments

(redirected from dorsal sacroiliac ligaments)

pos·te·ri·or sa·cro·il·i·ac lig·a·ments

[TA]
the heavy fibrous bands that pass from the ilium to the sacrum posterior to the sacroiliac joint.
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Textbooks have described the sacrotuberous ligament as partly blending (Hollinshead, 1982; Sobotta, 1909; Williams et al., 1995), blending (Hollinshead, 1969; Romanes, 1964)) or connecting (Sobotta, 1909) with the dorsal sacroiliac ligaments (Figure 1).