Median sacral crest
|Bone: Median sacral crest|
|Sacrum, dorsal surface.|
|Lateral surfaces of sacrum and coccyx.|
|Latin||crista sacralis mediana|
|Gray's||subject #24 107|
In the middle line of the dorsal surface of the sacrum, it displays a crest, the median sacral crest, surmounted by three or four tubercles, the rudimentary spinous processes of the upper three or four sacral vertebrae.
- median+sacral+crest at eMedicine Dictionary
- Atlas of anatomy at UMich back_bone30 - "The Back, Posterior View"
- Radiograph at webanatomy.com
- SUNY Labs 43:os-0115 - "The Female Pelvis: Sacrum"
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