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Anterior Sacrococcygeal Ligament
Connective Tissue

Anterior Sacrococcygeal Ligament

Ligamentum sacrococcygeum anterius

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Anatomical Relations

The anterior sacrococcygeal ligament travels inferiorly along the anterior surface of the sacrum and the coccyx.

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Structure

The anterior sacrococcygeal ligament comprises a flat sheet of irregular ligamentous fibers which blend with the periosteum posteriorly. It is a continuation of the anterior longitudinal ligament.

Function

The ligament aids in fixing the sacrum and coccyx in place.

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