lumbosacral

[luhm-boh-sey-kruh l, ‐sak-ruh l]

adjective Anatomy.

of, relating to, or involving the lumbar and sacral regions or parts of the body.

Nearby words

  1. lumbocolostomy,
  2. lumbocostal,
  3. lumbocostal ligament,
  4. lumbocostoabdominal triangle,
  5. lumboinguinal,
  6. lumbrical,
  7. lumbrical muscle of foot,
  8. lumbrical muscle of hand,
  9. lumbricalis,
  10. lumbricidal

Also sa·cro·lum·bar [sey-kroh-luhm-ber, -bahr, sak-roh-] /ˌseɪ kroʊˈlʌm bər, -bɑr, ˌsæk roʊ-/.

Origin of lumbosacral

First recorded in 1830–40; lumbo- + sacral2

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Medicine definitions for sacrolumbar

sacrolumbar

[săk′rō-lŭmbər, -bär′, sā′krō-]

adj.

Lumbosacral.

lumbosacral

[lŭm′bō-sākrəl]

adj.

Relating to the lumbar vertebrae and the sacrum.

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