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Joints and Ligaments

Sacrospinous Ligament

The sacrospinous ligament is a triangular layer of fibrous tissue. Sacrospinous ligament is a thin ligament attached to the ischial spine and the side regions of the sacrum and coccyx. Attachments Apex attached Laterally to the ischial spine and Base connected medially to the side of sacrum

Sacrotuberous Ligament

The sacrotuberous ligament is a strong as well as wide strap of the fibrous tissue. It has narrow lower lateral end and wide upper medial end. Attachments The upper end is attached from above: Downwards to the posterior superior iliac spine, Posterior inferior iliac spine, Lower section

Anococcygeal Ligament

The anococcygeal ligament is a fibroelastic construct connective tissue coat of the anorcctum to the coccyx and presacral fascia and extending via the external anal sphincter. Layers of Anococcygeal Ligament Anococcygeal Ligament is situated between the coccyx and anorectal boundary, it is a complicated musculotendinous structure. Anococcygeal Ligament

Pubofemoral Ligament

The pubofemoral ligament is a triangular ligament along with base overhead and apex underneath. It is triangular fit, along with its own base connected medially to the iliopubic prominence, adjacent bone, and obturator membrane. Laterally, pubofemoral ligament mixes along with the fibrous layer and along with the

Greater Trochanteric Bursa

Greater trochanteric bursa is located under the tensor fasciae lata along with the gluteus maximus as they merge to create the iliotibial tract above the greater trochanter. This bursa is localized to examine on the lateral part of the thigh on the junction of the lower side

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