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The synovial joint, consisting of fibrocartilage, between the sacrum of the vertebral column and the ilium of the pelvic girdle. The sacroiliac joint is usually capable of only very slight gliding movements, except during pregnancy when the joint becomes more mobile (see relaxin).

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