[luhm-boh-sey-kruh l, ‐sak-ruh l]
Also sa·cro·lum·bar [sey-kroh-luhm-ber, -bahr, sak-roh-] /ˌseɪ kroʊˈlʌm bər, -bɑr, ˌsæk roʊ-/.
Origin of lumbosacral
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Examples from the Web for lumbosacral
Jhering (Ihering, 1873) briefly described the lumbosacral plexus in approximately a dozen birds, but illustrated only two.
Romer gave the innervation of the hip and thigh muscles in the chicken, but did not cover the lumbosacral plexus.
Howell listed the innervation of the hip and thigh muscles in the chicken; he did not include the lumbosacral plexus.
Fisher listed the innervation of the muscles of vultures, but did not include the lumbosacral plexus.
Wilcox gave the innervation of the muscles of Gavia immer, but did not include the lumbosacral plexus.
- Relating to the lumbar vertebrae and the sacrum.
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