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pelvic region- Bones

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What bone is made up of two coxal bones and the sacrum? the pelvic girdle
What bones is the wedge that helps to stabilize coxal bones? the sacrum
What join is located between the ilium and sacrum and is a place where common back problems occur? sacroiliac joint
What are the three parts of the coxal bone? pubic, ilium, ischiam
What bone is a place for attachment of the lateral muscles of our abdominal wall? ilium
What bone allows for the attachment of the hamstring muscles? ischial tuberosity
What bone allows for the attachment of the tensor fascia late, the oblique external abdominis, and the latisamis dorsi? the iliac crest
What bone allows for the attachment of the inguinal ligament and sartorius muscle? the anterior superior iliac spine
What bone articulates with the head of the femur? the acetabulum
What bone allows for passage of nerves and vessels for the legs and also has a fibrous obterator membrane that closes much of the opening? the obturator foramen
What bone allows for the attachment of the gumellus superior, the coccygeus levator ani, the pelvic facia, and the inguinal ligament? the ischial spine
What muscle attaches above the ischial spine? the satorius
What bone articulates with the acetabulum? the head of the femur
What angle is the femur of a newborn? 150 degrees
What angle is the femur of an adult? 126 degrees
What bone allows for the attachment of the gluteus minimus and the gluteus medius? the greater trochanter
What bone allows for the attachment of psoas major and the iliacus? the lesser trochanter
What bone articulates with the head of the tibia? the patellar surface
What bone allows for the attachment of the lateral head of the gastrocnemious muscle, the anteriaor curciet ligament (ACL), and the lateral colateral ligament (LCL)? the lateral condyle
What bone allows for the attachment of the medial head of the gastronemious, the medial colateral ligament, and the posterior curciet ligament? the medial condyle
What bone provides attachment for the ACL? the medial condyle or internal tuberosity
What bone allows for the attachment of the patellar ligament and tendon? the tuberosity of the tibia
What bone articulates with head of the tibia? head of the fibula
What bone provides attachment of the LCL? the lateral condyle
Created by: amymarieink