ischiopubic


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ischiopubic

 [is″ke-o-pu´bik]
pertaining to the ischium and pubes.

is·chi·o·pu·bic

(is'kē-ō-pyū'bik),
Relating to both ischium and pubis.

ischiopubic

(ĭs′kē-ə-pyo͞o′bĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the ischium and the pubic bone: ischiopubic synchondrosis.
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Tsitouridis, "Ischiopubic hypoplasia: a rare constituent of congentinal syndromes," Acta Orthopaedica Belgica, vol.
Swelling at the ischiopubic fusion zone in prepubertal skeleton is now known to be a normal ossification pattern.
Ischiopubic synchondrosis may mimic other pathologies, especially stress fractures, posttraumatic osteolysis, osteomyelitis or bone tumors.
The trocar tip is pushed until it can no longer go straight and is ready to be tightly turned around the descending ischiopubic ramus with the opposite hand.
They include (1) a narrow pelvis (even if the bones are more robust in males), (2) a narrow sciatic notch in males (~30[degrees]), (3) a narrow subpubic angle, (4) absent or shallow pre-auricular sulcus (deep groove in females), (5) flat auricular area of the ilium (area of articulation with the sacrum), (6) larger symphyseal face in males, (7) flat medial portion of the ischiopubic ramus in males, (8) larger acetabulum in males, (9) shorter pubis in males, and (10) no ventral arc on the pubis (Stewart, 1968; Krogman & Iscan, 1986).
(3) Paget disease of the pelvis will demonstrate cortical thickening and sclerosis of the iliopectineal and ischiopubic lines, as well as an enlarged ileac wing, which is asymmetric and more common on the right side.
Plain radiographs and CT-scan showed an osteolytic lesion on the ischiopubic branch invading the acetabulum (Figure 1).
We report the case of a 55-year-old male patient presenting hydatidosis of the left ischiopubic branch with a joint invasion.
After the cooling period, carcasses were cut in half; length was measured in the left half carcass (CL--from the ischiopubic symphysis to the first rib, in the midpoint), the leg length (LL--distance between the greater trochanter of femur until the tarsometatarsal joint), and cushion thickness (CT--at maximum width).
TOTAL NUM ISOLATED PELVIC ISOLATED ACETABULAR BOTH OF CASES RIM FRACTURES FRACTURES 22 12 7 3 * 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.
The maturation in the pelvis is delayed at the triradiate cartilage and ischiopubic ramus.
Laterally, it attaches to the ischiopubic ramus; medially, it fuses with the sidewalls of the vagina and perineal body.