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Lateral Sacrococcygeal Ligament (Left)
Connective Tissue

Lateral Sacrococcygeal Ligament (Left)

Ligamentum sacrococcygeum laterale

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Structure

The lateral sacrococcygeal ligament is a small fibrous ligament that attaches to the inferolateral angels of the sacrum and along the transverse processes of the coccyx.

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Function

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

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