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pelvis comp

pelvic anatomy for comp

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What four bones bake up the pelvis? two hip bones, the sacrum and the coccyx
What bones fuze together to make the hip bones? ilium, ischium, pubis
What bones form the acetabulum? ilium, ischium, pubis
What bone are the alae a part of? ilium
How much of the acetabulum is made up of the ilium? 2/5
What are the 3 borders of the ala? superior (crest), anterior, posterior
AIIS anterior inferior iliac spine
PSIS posterior superior iliac spine
PIIS posterior inferior iliac spine
What two points are connected by the iliac crest? ASIS and PSIS
How much of the acetabulum is made up of the pubis? 1/5
How much of the acetabulum is made up of the ischium? 2/5
The superior and inferior rami are part of what bone? pubis
How does the shape of the female pelvis differ from the male? it is lighter, wider and more shallow
How is the superior aperture shaped for each males and females? male is round, female is oval
How is the inferior aperture shaped for each males and females? male is narrow, female is wide
The area above the brim is termed the false or greater pelvis
The area below the brim is termed the true or lesser pelvis
What angle does the pelvis form with the horizontal plane? 60 degrees when erect
The inlet of the pelvis is also known as the brim or superior aperture
The inlet of the pelvis is measured from where to where? superior pubic symphysis to sacral promontory
The outlet of the pelvis is measured form where to where? inferior pubic symphysis to coccyx
How many bones make up the pelvic girdle? 2 (2 hip bones)
Created by: annaluz87