of, pertaining to, situated near, or affecting the ischium or back of the hip.
affecting the hip or the sciatic nerves.
a sciatic part, as a nerve, vein, or artery.
(anatomy) of or relating to the hip or the hipbone
of, relating to, or afflicted with sciatica
sciatic sci·at·ic (sī-āt’ĭk)
Of or relating to the ischium or to the region of the hipbone in which it is located.
Of or relating to sciatica.
noun, Pathology. 1. pain and tenderness at some points of the sciatic nerve, usually caused by a prolapsed intervertebral disk; sciatic neuralgia. 2. any painful disorder extending from the hip down the back of the thigh and surrounding area. noun 1. a form of neuralgia characterized by intense pain and tenderness along the course of […]
- Sciatic foramen
sciatic foramen n. Either of two foramina, designated greater and lesser, formed by the sacrospinous and sacrotuberous ligaments crossing the sciatic notches of the hipbone.
- Sciatic hernia
sciatic hernia n. Protrusion of intestine through the great sacrosciatic foramen. Also called ischiocele.
noun, Anatomy. 1. either of a pair of nerves, the largest in the body, that originate in the sacral plexus of the lower back and extend down the buttocks to the back of the knees, where they divide into other nerves: the sciatic nerve and its branches innervate large areas of the pelvis, leg, and […]