Of the six M. frenata with a pseudosacral vertebra, two animals had only two instead of three sacral vertebrae.
sacral harlotry was a substitute for the child sacrifice of females.
And there is immediate response from the sacral ganglion in some male.
The ribs which connect the sacral vertebrae with the ilia are however large.
General sense of weariness from a very short walk, especially through pelvis, sacral region and upper thighs.
The sacral ribs have been described in connection with the sacral vertebrae.
In birds, however, some of the lymphatics open into the sacral veins, and it is doubtful whether true lymphatic glands ever occur.
The sacral vertebrae which are fused with one another and united with the pelvis.
The centrum of the first is flat in front and is ankylosed to the second sacral; behind it is convex.
In most Edentata there is an extensive fusion of vertebrae in the sacral region.
sacral sa·cral (sā'krəl)
In the region of or relating to the sacrum.