|Bone: Iliac tuberosity|
|Right hip bone. External surface.|
|Right hip bone. Internal surface.|
|Gray's||subject #57 234|
Behind the iliac fossa is a rough surface, divided into two portions, an anterior and a posterior. The posterior portion, known as the iliac tuberosity, is elevated and rough, for the attachment of the posterior sacroiliac ligaments and for the origins of the Sacrospinalis and Multifidus.
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