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Bones of the pevis and lower extremity

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WHERE IS THE ILLIUM?
UPPER BONE
WHERE IS THE ISCHIUM
LOWER POSTIERIOR BONE
WHERE IS THE PUBIS?
LOWER ANTIERIOR BONE
WHAT IS THE ACETABULUM?
COMPRISED OF ALL THREE BONES (ILLUIM, ISCHIUM, PUBIS) AND FORMS THE SOCKET FOR THE FEMUR
PUBIC SYMPHYSIS
CONNECTION BETWEEN TWO PUBIC BONES
ARICULAR SURFACE
JOINS THE TWO COXAE WITH THE SACRUM
WHERE IS THE GLUTEAL TUBEROSITY?
POSTERIOR PROXIMAL END OF THE FEMUR
WHICH SIDE OF THE LEG IS THE TIBIA?
MEDIAL
WHICH SIDE OF THE LEG IS THE FIBULA?
LATERAL
WHAT IS THE HALLUX
BIG TOE
HOW MANY BONES ARE IN THE FOOT?
26
7 TARSALS
5 METATARSALS
14 PHALANGES
WHAT ARE THE TARSAL BONES?
TALUS, CALCANEUS, NAVICULAR, CUBODIAL, MEDIAL, INTERMEDIATE AND LATERAL CUNEIFORMS
WHICH THREE BONE ARTICULATIONS GIVE THE GLIDING MOVEMENTS OF THE FOOT?
TALONAVICULAR, TALOCALCANEAL, CALCANEALCUBODIAL,

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