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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.
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(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
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(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]
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adj sacroilíaco or sacroiliaco
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A total of 15 cases of "unclassified sacroiliitis" were found, with 7 cases of septic sacroiliitis, 5 cases of ankylosing spondylitis, and 3 cases of degenerative sacroiliac changes.
Sacroiliac joint is a diarthrodial synovial joint and a source of low back pain and referred pain in the lower extremity.1 The sacroiliac joint has been shown to be a source of pain in 10% to 27% of suspected cases with chronic low back pain.2 Compressive forces across the pubic symphysis are increased by activation of the obliqus internal (IO) and adductor longus, whereas activation of the IO, transverses abdominus (TrA), gluteus maximus, latissimus dorsi, and lumbar erector spinae increase compressive forces across the SIJ.3 Mooney, Pozos, Vleeming, Gulick and Swenski have also used EMG to validate the relationship between gluteus maximus and latissimusdorsi on the SIJ.
Considering its rather unspecific symptoms, the diagnosis of sacroiliac joint pathology during pregnancy and early postpartum period is challenging.
After obtaining informed consent, under all aseptic precautions, we performed diagnostic come therapeutic left sided sacroiliac joint injection under fluoroscopy which gave significant pain relief to the patient, and also our diagnosis was confirmed.
"SI-BONE is at the forefront of providing minimally invasive surgical products for the sacroiliac joint, seeking to help patients around the world who are suffering from low back pain caused by SI joint dysfunction.
The results of the meta-analysis conclusively demonstrated that the iFuse Implant System, developed by SI-BONE, Inc., is far superior in fusing the sacroiliac joint across three key patient outcome measures: Pain, Disability, and Quality of Life/Patient Satisfaction.
The prevalence of sacroiliac lesions on blinded MRI assessment was similar in 20 patients who had skin psoriasis for a median of 23 years and in 22 healthy controls, and no sacroiliac ankylosis was seen in either group.
Material and Methods: Forty eight patients of sacroiliac joint (SIJ) pain syndrome were randomly assigned into two equal groups.
Diagnosis of sacroiliac TB often proves challenging due to its insidious onset, non-specific clinical picture and low index of suspicion.
Spondylolisthesis and sacroiliac joint (S.I.J), in addition to Trauma,
The 58-year-old petitioned the agency to add the condition, saying medical marijuana would have fewer side effects to treat pain for sacroiliac joint dysfunction and osteoarthritis than the opioids she's been prescribed.