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How many sacral vertebrae fuse to form the sacrum? five
How many coccygeal vertebrae fuse to form the coccyx? four
The sacrum and coccyx form with vertebral curvature? pelvic
What is the tip of the sacrum called? apex
The superior articulating processes of the sacrum join with which features on L5? inferior articulating processes
Name the opening at the superior end (base) of the sacrum that extends the length of the sacrum. sacral canal
Name the opening at the inferior end (apex) of the sacrum. sacral hiatus
What is formed from the spinous processes of the sacral vertebrae once they have fused? median sacral crest
Name the openings on the anterior and posterior surfaces of the sacrum. sacral foramina (ventral and dorsal)
Created by: smonahan