lateral sacrococcygeal ligament

(redirected from intercornual ligament)

lat·er·al sa·cro·coc·cyg·e·al lig·a·ment

a ligament that extends from the lateral inferior margin of the sacrum to the transverse process of the first coccygeal vertebra.
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Usually, the fifth inferior articular process of sacrum is connected to the coccygeal cornua by intercornual ligaments and forms the sacral hiatus.