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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(2001) indicated that during migration, the muscle bundles that extend medially to the ischiopubic ramus form the obturator internus muscle, and those which remain lateral to the ramus, form the gemelli muscles.
CASE 2 ACETABULAR FRACTURES PLAIN XRAY CT, 3D RECON NO OF CASES GRADING A3 B3 2 A3 B2 1 CASE 2: X-ray frontal view shows fracture involving right pubic bone and left ischiopubic ramus and fracture involving left iliac wing extending into the left acetabulum.
CT axial sections and 3d reconstruction show fractures involving right pubic bone and left ischiopubic ramus and fracture involving left iliac wing extending into left acetabulum.
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.
The maturation in the pelvis is delayed at the triradiate cartilage and ischiopubic ramus. The hands and wrists show delayed maturation, and there is shortening and widening of the phalanges, metacarpals, and metatarsals (Figure 3).