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1

Based on current literature what common ligaments are absent at the lumbosacral joint?

ligamentum nuchae, interspinous ligament and supraspinous ligament

2

Which ligaments replace the inter transverse ligament at the lumbosacral joint?

the iliolumbar ligament and lumbosacral ligament

3

Which of the current ligaments from the iliolumbar complex represents the iliolumbar ligament of classical descriptions?

the superior iliolumbar ligament

4

Which ligament form the iliolumbar ligament complex represents the lumbosacral ligament of classical descriptions?

the inferior iliolumbar ligament

5

Which vertebral couple of the lumbar spine has the greatest range of motion?

L5/S1

6

Which range of motion is greatest for all lumbar vertebral couples?

flexion- extension

7

Which range of motion is least for L1-L5 vertebral couples?

one side axial rotation

8

Which range of motion is least for the L5/S1 vertebral couple?

one side lateral bending

9

What joint classifications are present at the sacrococcygeal joint?

carilagionous (amphiarthrosis) symphysis and fibrous (amphiarthrosis) syndesmosis

10

What ligament represents the continuation of the anterior longitudinal ligament at the sacrococcygeal joint?

the anterior sacrococcygeal ligament

11

List, in order, from canal to caudal the ligaments forming the anterior boundary of the spinal column.

the anterior atlanto-occipital ligament, anterior atlanto-axial ligament, anterior longitudinal ligament and the anterior sacrococcygeal ligament

12

What ligament represents the continuation of the posterior longitudinal ligament at the sacrococcygeal joint?

the deep posterior sacrococcygeal ligament

13

List in order, from cranial to caudal the ligaments forming the anterior boundary of the spinal canal.

the membrana tectoria, posterior longitudinal ligament and the deep posterior sacrococcygeal ligament

14

List in order, from cranial to caudal the ligaments forming the posterior boundary of the spinal canal.

the posterior atlanto-occipital ligament, posterior atlanto-axial ligament, ligamentum flavum and the superficial posterior sacrococcygeal ligament

15

What forms the closure for the spinal canal inferiorly?

the fusion of the deep posterior sacrococcygeal ligament with the superficial posterior sacroccygeal ligament

16

What is the auricular surface of sacrum composed of?

ture articular cartilage, a modification of hyaline cartilage

17

What is the auricular surface of the ilium composed of?

articular cartilage, interspersed with fibrocartilage