ischiopubic ramus

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is·chi·o·pu·bic ra·mus

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the inferior ramus of the pubis and the ramus of the ischium continuous with it, forming the inferomedial boundary of the obturator foramen.
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There are two cases (9%) where initially A2 (Tile classification) given on x rays as iliopubic and ischiopubic rami are fractured but with CT and 3D images involvement of sacrum noted and thus classification changed to B2.