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Anterior Sacroiliac Ligament
Connective Tissue

Anterior Sacroiliac Ligament

Ligamentum sacroiliacum anterius

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Structure

The anterior sacroiliac ligament is a strong fibrous band, which connects the lateral aspect of the preauricular sulcus of the ilium to the third sacral segment.

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Function

The anterior sacroiliac ligament thickens the anteroinferior aspect of the joint capsule.

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