Sacral canal

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Sacral canal
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Base of sacrum.
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Median sagittal section of the sacrum.
Latin canalis sacralis
Artery Lateral sacral artery
Dorlands/Elsevier c_04/12208837

The vertebral canal (sacral canal) runs throughout the greater part of the sacral bone; above, it is triangular in form; below, its posterior wall is incomplete, from the non-development of the laminæ and spinous processes.

It lodges the sacral nerves, and its walls are perforated by the anterior and posterior sacral foramina through which these nerves pass out.

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