Sacral: Referring to the sacrum, the 5 vertebral bones situated between the lumbar vertebrae and the coccyx (the lowest segment of the vertebral column). The 5 sacral vertebrae are represented by the symbols S1 through S5. There are correspondingly 5 sacral nerves. The sacral vertebrae are normally fused to form the sacrum.
Library > Literature & Language > Dictionary ( sÄ ' krÉ™l ) adj. Of, near, or relating to the sacrum. saÂ·cral 2 ( sÄ ' krÉ™l ) adj. Relating to sacred rites or ...
A complete review of spinal anatomy and back pain, including the lower spine - the sacral region (sacrum) and the coccyx (tailbone).
The sacral spine or sacrum refers to the large irregular triangular shaped bone made up of the five fused vertebrae below the lumbar region.
sacral /saÂ·cral/ (saÂ´kral) pertaining to the sacrum. saÂ·cral (s kr l) adj. In the region of or relating to the sacrum. sacral. See sacrum. sacral [saÂ´kral]
Sacral dimple â€” Comprehensive overview covers complications, treatment of this indentation on the lower back.