英 ['seɪkrəm; 'sæk-]
来自拉丁语 os sacrum,骶骨，神圣的骨头，来自 os,骨头，词源同 ossify,sacrum,中性格形式于 sacer,神圣的，词源同 sacred.据说是因为动物的这块骨头用于献祭而得名。
- sacrum (n.)
- bone at the base of the spine, 1753, from Late Latin os sacrum "sacred bone," from Latin os "bone" (see osseous) + sacrum, neuter of sacer "sacred" (see sacred). Said to be so called because the bone was the part of animals that was offered in sacrifices. Translation of Greek hieron osteon. Greek hieros also can mean "strong," and some sources suggest the Latin is a mistranslation of Galen, who was calling it "the strong bone."
- 1. On the pelvic surface of the sacrum are four slight ridges.
- 2. The five vertebrae next to the lumber vertebrae are fused together to form the sacrum.
- 3. At the caudal end of the sacrum the roof of the vertebral canal is commonly deficient.
- 4. Most chordomas are found at skull base, sacrum and cervical spine.
- 大多数脊索瘤发生在颅底 、 颈椎及荐骨.
- 5. Objective To evaluate the CT findings and clinical application in sacrum neoplasms.
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