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hip bone

origins and insertions

anterior superior iliac spine O. sartoris muscle, 1 of borders for iliac crest
posterior superior iliac spine 1 of borders for iliac crest
iliac crest o. t.f.l. on anterior side, o. gluteous maximus on posterior side, o. 1 of latissamus dorsi
posterior inferior iliac spine boundary for greater sciatic notch
gluteal lines o.gluteal muscles
greater sciatic notch sciatic nerve runs through
acetabulum made up of 3 components of hip. receives head of femur.
ischial spine 1 of boundaries of g. sciatic notch
ischial tuberocity o. adductor magnus
obturator foramen receives lateral rotater muscles
auricular surface allows for base of sacrum, latin for "ear"
sacro iliac where sacrum of spine attaches to illium
pectin pubis o. pectaneus muscle
symphaysis pubis connective tissue from r pelvis to l pelvis. allows for hip bones to articulate.
Created by: natalieh23