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Interosseous Sacroiliac Ligament (Left)
Connective Tissue

Interosseous Sacroiliac Ligament (Left)

Ligamenta sacroiliaci interossei

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Structure

The interosseous sacroiliac ligament is a group of thick fibers that connects the posterior sacral auricular surface to the iliac tuberosity. It lies deep to the posterior sacroiliac ligament.

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Function

The interosseous sacroiliac ligament is a strong ligament that resists anterior movement of the sacrum.

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