Posterior sacral foramina
|Bone: Posterior sacral foramina|
|Sacrum, dorsal surface. Posterior sacral foramena labeled at right.)|
|Latin||foramina sacralia posteriora|
|Gray's||subject #24 108|
Lateral to the articular processes of the sacrum are the four posterior sacral foramina (or dorsal sacral foramina); they are smaller in size and less regular in form than the anterior, and transmit the posterior divisions of the sacral nerves.
- SUNY Labs 44:st-1004
- Atlas of anatomy at UMich back_bone30
- Photo of model at Waynesburg College skeleton2/posteriorsacralforamina
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