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What is the medical term meaning butt?


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Answered 2012-03-18 01:42:25

The medical terms:

  • Buttocks
  • Maximus Gluteus (large muscles of buttocks)
  • Gluteus Medius (smaller muscles of buttocks)
  • Anus (opening)
  • Rectum (lowest part of intestine leading to anus)
  • Gluteal cleft, natal cleft, vertical gluteal crease (for the "crack" between the buttocks)

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The tailbone, which is the bone extending into the buttocks region, is called the coccyx.

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