innominate bone


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Related to innominate bone: innominate artery, Sacroiliac joint, coxal bone
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Synonyms for innominate bone

large flaring bone forming one half of the pelvis

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Asymmetric PSIS locations may imply opposed rotations of the innominate bones, wherein the bone on the side of the inferior PSIS has rotated posteriorly in relation to the other side, which in turn is judged to have rotated anteriorly.
Multiple bilateral parosteal bone and callus forma- tions of the femur and left innominate bone.
5%) lesions; vertebrae, 4 (7%) lesions; skull, 4 (7%) lesions; sternum, 2 (4%) lesions; innominate bone, 2 (4%) lesions; and scapula, 1 (2%) lesion.
Note on the innominate bone as a factor in the determination of sex: with special reference to the sulcus preauricularis.
Each innominate bone is formed by the fusion of the embryonic ilium, ischium, and pubis, which occurs at the tri-radiate cartilage.