Robert pelvis


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Ro·bert pel·vis

(rō'bĕrt),
obsolete term for a pelvis that is narrowed transversely in consequence of the almost entire absence of the alae of the sacrum.

Robert pelvis

(rō′bert″)
[Heinrich L. F. Robert, Ger. gynecologist, 1814–1874]
A transverse contraction of the pelvis caused by osteoarthritis of the sacroiliac joints.

Robert,

Heinrich L.F., German gynecologist, 1814-1878.
Robert pelvis - obsolete term for a pelvis narrowed transversely in consequence of the almost entire absence of the alae of the sacrum.