sacrolumbar

lumbosacral

[luhm-boh-sey-kruhl, ‐sak-ruhl]
adjective Anatomy.
of, pertaining to, or involving the lumbar and sacral regions or parts.
Also, sacrolumbar [sey-kroh-luhm-ber, -bahr, sak-roh-] .


Origin:
1830–40; lumbo- + sacral

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Main Entry:  sacrolumbar
Part of Speech:  adj
Definition:  pertaining to or affecting the sacrum and lumbar (loin) regions; also written sacro-lumbar; also called lumbosacral
Etymology:  1859-64
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lumbosacral lum·bo·sa·cral (lŭm'bō-sā'krəl)
adj.
Relating to the lumbar vertebrae and the sacrum.

sacrolumbar sac·ro·lum·bar (sāk'rō-lŭm'bər, -bär', sā'krō-)
adj.
Lumbosacral.

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