Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb

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Pelvic Girdle and Lower Limb
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  1. The pelvic girdle consists of __.
    two coxal bones and a sacrum
  2. The head of the femur articulates with the __ of the coxal bone.
    acetabulum
  3. The __ is the largest portion of the coxal bone.
    ilium
  4. The pubic bones come together anteriorly to form the joint called the __.
    symphysis pubis
  5. The __ is the portion of the ilium that forms the prominence of the hip.
    ASIS
  6. When a person sits, the __ of the ischium supports the weight of the body.
    ischial tuberosity
  7. The angle formed by the pubic bones below the sympysis pubis is called the __.
    pubic arch
  8. __ is the largest foramen of the skeleton.
    obturator foramen
  9. The ilium joins the sacrum at the __.
    sacroiliac joint
  10. middle phalanx
    phalanges
  11. lesser trochanter
    femur
  12. medial malleolus
    tibia
  13. fovea capitis
    femur
  14. calcaneous
    tarsals
  15. lateral cuneiform
    tarsals
  16. tibial tuberosity
    tibia
  17. talus
    tarsals
  18. lateral malleolus
    fibula
  19. located in a tendon over the knee
    patella
  20. five bones that form the instep
    metatarsals

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