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U2: Bony Pelvis

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Bony pelvis 2 hip bones + sacrum + coccyx; divided into false/greater pelvis and true/lesser pelvis separated by the pelvic brim
False/greater pelvis that portion of the bony pelvis that’s located superior to the pelvic brim and true/lesser pelvis, and between (medial to) the flared portions of the two ilia of the hip bones.
True/lesser pelvis portion of the bony pelvis that’s located inferior to the pelvic brim, inferior to the false/greater pelvis, and inferior to the flared portions of the ilia.
Pelvic structure and childbearing superior opening is pelvic inlet; inferior opening is pelvic outlet. Bone protrusions can cause delivery probs – sacral promontory, coccyx, ischial spines.
Created by: mbtrimm