transverse ridges of sacrum
Definition: one of four ridges that cross the pelvic surface of the sacrum; these mark the positions of the intervertebral discs between the bodies of the five sacral vertebrae in the immature bone.
Synonym(s): lineae transversae ossis sacriTA
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