An Anatomical Study of Variations of Sacral Hiatus in Sacra of North Indian Origin and Its Clinical Significance

@inproceedings{Mahajan2013AnAS,
  title={An Anatomical Study of Variations of Sacral Hiatus in Sacra of North Indian Origin and Its Clinical Significance},
  author={Anupama Mahajan},
  year={2013}
}
Sacrum is formed by the fusion of five sacral vertebrae and forms the lower part of vertebral column. The opening present at the lower end of sacral canal is known as sacral hiatus. Anatomical variations in morphology and morphometry of sacr al hiatus are important clinically as well as surgically. 159 dry clean human Sacra were taken from Department of Anatomy, Sri Guru Ram D as Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Vallah (Amritsar). Various shapes of sacral hiatus were observed which… CONTINUE READING

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