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 (săk′rō-ĭl′ē-ăk′, sā′krō-)
Of, relating to, or affecting the sacrum and ilium and their articulation or associated ligaments.
The sacroiliac region or cartilage.


(ˌseɪkrəʊˈɪlɪˌæk; ˌsæk-) anatomy
(Anatomy) of or relating to the sacrum and ilium, their articulation, or their associated ligaments
(Anatomy) the joint where these bones meet


(ˌsæk roʊˈɪl iˌæk, ˌseɪ kroʊ-)

1. the joint where the sacrum and ilium meet.
2. of or pertaining to this joint or its associated ligaments.
[1825–35; sacr(um) + -o- + ili(um) + -ac]


adj sacroilíaco or sacroiliaco
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DonTigny R (1990) Anterior dysfunction of the sacroiliac joint as a major factor in the etiology of idiopathic low back pain syndrome.
Day et al (5) have classified crescent fractures according to the extent of sacroiliac joint involvement, with type I fractures entering the anterior third of the sacroiliac joint, type II fractures involving the middle third and type III fractures limited to the posterior third of the sacroiliac joint.
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Family history, presence of extra-articular manifestations (uveitis, colitis, psoriasis, dactylitis, and enthesitis), HLA B27 status, ESR (erythrocyte sedimentation rate), CRP (C-reactive protein), and New York criteria scoring of each sacroiliac joint was provided to aid in making this diagnostic decision.
An AP radiograph of the pelvis demonstrated subtle erosive changes of the left sacroiliac joint with a large soft mass in the left gluteal soft tissues (Figure 1).
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