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pelvic bones

Etymology: L, pelvis, basin; AS, ban
a combination of the ilium, ischium, and pubis. Compare innominate bone.
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Excluding the six bone fragments, the 72 human bones from the burial included one cranium (#35), one mandible (#34), articulated partial left and right maxillary bones with no teeth remaining in the sockets (#7), 23 long bones, three clavicles, three scapulae, 12 pre-sacral vertebrae, two pelvic bones, 11 ribs, and nine hand or foot bones.
They had no clue that the pelvic bone so old and wise
In case 2, the top radiological consideration would rather be a primary Ewing's sarcoma of the pelvic bone with extension into the adjacent soft tissue; radiologically, it is impossible to differentiate from the other members of the Ewing's family.
All 27 patients had asymmetric pelvises with misalignment of the pelvic bones was greater than 10 degrees.
Early arthritis of the leg and pelvic bones is a common problem in these patients.
Adult safety belts are designed to fasten across the pelvic bones, but they typically rest on a child's stomach, which in an accident can cause damage to organs and the spine, according to Dr.
The serious condition, more common in boys than girls, also caused her pelvic bones to separate and meant she needed emergency surgery to repair the defects.
The fetus's head passes into the vagina, but its shoulders cannot fit through the mother's pelvic bones.
This was a reminder to us to think outside the "box," including the lower pelvic bones and the muscles that attach to those bones.
But, the barrister argued, medical staff at the scene had not done enough to prevent the baby suffering asphyxiation as the cord was trapped between the baby's head and her mother's pelvic bones.
When an adult restraint system is used prematurely, the lap belt crosses the abdomen rather than the pelvic bones and the shoulder belt crosses the neck.
After commercial another lens focused on the redundancy of hunger and broadcast all around the world Somali children or their Bosnian and Sudanese twins, their pelvic bones shallow bowls marketed before.