ischial tuberosity

(redirected from Tuber ischiadicum)

is·chi·al tu·ber·os·i·ty

[TA]
the rough bony projection at the junction of the lower end of the body of the ischium and its ramus; this is a weight-bearing point in the sitting position; provides attachment for the sacrotuberous ligament and is the site of origin of the hamstring muscles.

is·chi·al tu·ber·os·i·ty

(is'kē-ăl tū'bĕr-os'i-tē) [TA]
Landmark at the inferior aspect of the ischium: origin of the hamstring muscles.
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Unlike what was reported by Ozdemir and Karan (2001), tuber ischiadicum in bobcat was in the form of one ridge in line with the literature (Atalar and Ozdemir, 2002; Dinc et al., 1999; Ozdemir and Atalar, 2003).
Bircok yaralanmaya zemin hazirlayabilecek bu kas kuvvet dengesizligi, asil tendon rupturune, kalkaneal apofizitise, hamstringte kas zorlanmasina, tuber ischiadicum avulsi-yonu ve 5.