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Unformatted text preview: 3/17/2011 1 ANATOMY Pelvic 612 Ilium — Bony landmarks Ilium ASIS PSIS Ischialtuberosity Ischialspine Pubic symphysis Il ustration © Schafer, 1983, Clinical Biomechanics Orientation ASIS lies in same transverse plane as the pubic symphysis PSIS and ASIS are ≈ horizontal PSIS usually level w/S2 Il ustration © Schafer, 1983, Clinical Biomechanics Male v. Female pelvis Il ustration © Schafer, 1983, Clinical Biomechanics Sacrum Base (top) Apex (bottom) S1 S2 tubercle Sacral Ala Sacral Groove Il ustration © 1986 Thieme, Locomotor System 3/17/2011 2 Coccyx Base (top) Apex (bottom) Il ustration © 1986 Thieme, Locomotor System Articulations Lumbosacral Sacroiliac (2) Pubic Symphysis Sacrococcygeal Sacroiliac articulation Upper 1/3 iliac elevation and sacral depression Middle 1/3 iliac depression and sacral elevation Lower 1/3 iliac elevation and sacral depression Il ustration © Schafer, 1983, Clinical Biomechanics Il ustration © 1993 Plaugher,...
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This note was uploaded on 01/05/2012 for the course TECHNIQUE 72612 taught by Professor Mansholt during the Fall '11 term at Palmer Chiropractic.
- Fall '11