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Sacrum
Sacr/o
the triangular bone just below the lumbar vertebrae; see os sacrum[TA]. See illustration.
Salpingo-oophorectomy


sal·pin·go-ooph·o·rec·to·my (sal-pinggo-o-of-rek´t-me)
surgical removal of a uterine tube and ovary.
Salping/o or tube

Called also ovariosalpingectomy, oophorosalpingectomy, and tubo-ovariotomy.
Scrotum/scrotal
Scrot/o
Semen or seminal
Semin/o
Serum or
serosanguineous
Ser/o

se·ro·san·guin·e·ous (sro-sang-gwin´e-s)
pertaining to or containing both serum and blood.
Sacroiliac joint
Anatomical Source of Sacroiliac Joint Pain
The sacroiliac joint lies next to the bottom of the spine – below the lumbar spine and above the tailbone (coccyx). It connects the sacrum (the triangular bone at the bottom of the spine) with the pelvis (iliac crest). The joint typically has the following characteristics:

Small and very strong, reinforced by strong ligaments that surround it
Does not have much motion
Transmits all the forces of the upper body to the pelvis (hips) and legs
Acts as a shock-absorbing structure
Pertains to semen
Seminal
Pertains to the scrotum.
Scrotal
The salpingo-oophorectomy is the excision of the tube and
Ovary
Serous means pertaing to or resembling
Serum.