Dimples of Venus

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Female lower back with clearly marked Dimples of Venus.

The Dimples of Venus (also known as back dimples, booty dimples, or butt dimples) are two dimples on the human lower back, above the buttocks. They are located at the two upper corners of the sacral triangle. In women, they are also part of the Rhombus of Michaelis.

The Dimples of Venus are directly superficial to the two sacroiliac joints, the sites where the sacrum attaches to the ilium of the pelvis. The Latin name for them is fossae lumbales laterales ('lateral lumbar indentations'). The reason for their existence is the relatively unknown presence of a short ligament between the posterior superior iliac spine and the skin.

The Dimples of Venus are not always visible. Most women have them, but only 25% of males.

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