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1

Which common ligs are represented at the lumbosacral joint?

- anterior longitudinal lig
- posterior longitudinal lig
- intervertebral disc
- capsular lig
- interspinous lig
- supraspinous lig
- intertransverse lig

2

What common lig is traditionally listed as being absent at the lumbosacral joint?

ligamentum nuchae

3

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

- ligamentum nuchae
- interspinous lig
- supraspinous lig

4

Which common lig is replaced with a homolog at the lumbosacral joint?

intertransverse lig

5

Which ligs will replace the intertransverse lig at the lumbosacral joint?

- iliolumbar lig
- lumbosacral lig

6

What are the attachment sites for the lumbosacral lig?

- sacral ala and ventrolateral surface of sacrum
- transverse process of L5

7

What are the attachment sites for the iliolumbar lig?

the iliac crest is attached to the transverse process of L5

8

The lumbosacral lig will blend with which sacro-iliac joint lig?

the anterior sacro-iliac lig

9

The iliolumbar lig will blend with which connective tissue structure?

the thoracolumbar aponeurosis

10

Which ligs currently are identified in place of the iliolumbar lig?

- anterior iliolumbar lig
- superior iliolumbar lig
- posterior iliolumbar lig
- inferior iliolumbar lig
- vertical iliolumbar lig

11

What are the attachment sites for the anterior iliolumbar lig?

the vertebral body and transverse process of L5 is attached to the ilium

12

What are the attachment sites for the superior iliolumbar lig?

the tip of the transverse process of L5 is attached to the ilium

13

What muscle is intimately attached to the superior iliolumbar lig?

quadratus lumborum

14

Which of the current ligs from the iliolumbar lig complex represents the iliolumbar lig of classical descriptions?

superior iliolumbar lig

15

What are the attachment sites for the posterior iliolumbar lig?

the tip of the transverse process of L5 is attached behind the quadratus lumborum to the ilium

16

What are the attachment sites for the inferior iliolumbar lig?

the vertebral body and transverse process of L5 is attached to the sacral ala

17

Which lig from the iliolumbar lig complex will attach to the sacral ala?

inferior iliolumbar lig

18

Which lig from the iliolumbar lig complex represents the lumbosacral lig of classical descriptions?

inferior iliolumbar lig

19

What are the attachment sites for the vertical iliolumbar lig?

the transverse process of L5 is attached to the iliopectineal line

20

Which lig from the iliolumbar lig complex will attach to the iliopectineal line?

vertical iliolumbar lig

21

What are the attachment sites for the accessory iliolumbar lig?

the transverse process of L4 and the iliac crest

22

What is the joint classification given to each lig of the iliolumbar lig complex?

fibrous (amphiarthrosis) syndesmosis

23

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

L5/S1

24

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

flexion - extension

25

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

one side axial rotation

26

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

one side lateral bending

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