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1

What are the 3 bones that make up the pelvic girdle.

Rt. and Lt. hip bones
sacrum
coccyx

2

What 3 bones make up the hip bone

Ilium
Ischium
Pubis

3

AIIS/PIIS Name

Anterior/Posterior inferior iliac spine

4

What articulates with the sacrum to form the SI joint

Articular surface of ilium

5

What makes up the acetabulum and how much of each?

Ilium 2/5
ischium 2/5
pubis 1/5

6

Largest foramen in the body

obturator foramen

7

What is the pelvic brim formed by

bony structures

8

Pelvic brim anteriorly defined by

upper part of pubic symph

9

Pelvic brim posteriorly defined by

upper prominent part of sacrum

10

What makes up the inlet of the pelvis

DOOR FRAME
Extends from top of sacrum to superior border of symphysis

11

What is the outlet of the pelvis

triangle of 2 ischial tuberosities and tip of coccyx

12

What is the cavity of the pelvis

birth conal
area between inlet and outlet of pelvis

13

What is the true pelvis

located inferior to brim
completely surrounded by bone

14

What is the false pelvis

Area above the brim

15

What is true/false pelvis also known as

greater/lesser

16

2 other names for hip bones

innominate or os coxae

17

Most inferior portion of sacrum

Apex

18

Most superior portion of sacrum

Base

19

Anterior edge of body of S1

sacral promontory

20

forms an apophyseal joint with the inferior articular process of L5

Superior Articular Process

21

Where sacrum articulates with articular surface of ilum to form SI joint

Articular surface of sacrum

22

3 differences between male and female pelvises

1. Females have broader pelvi and are more flared/shallow front to back. Men are more narrow and ilium is less flared
2. Angle of women's pubic arch is obtuse, mens is acute
3. Inlet of female's is round and larger. Mens is more oval or heart shaped

23

What are the 4 joints of the pelvis

SI joints
symphysis pubis
hip joints
acetabulum