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Ramus of the pubis. The sites of the ischiopubic synostoses are marked by roughened areas of bone which give attachment to the corpora cavernosa of the penis and clitoris. The third and longest arm runs dorsally, separating the ilium and ischium at the midpoint of a line between the ischial spine and the deepest part of the greater sciatic notch. This arm of the Y can still be traced on the fully ossified hip bone. Three secondary ossification centers appear in the vicinity of the Y -shaped cartilage that separates the primary Iliac crest with direction of pull of external oblique muscle of abdomen Anterior superior iliac spine with direction of pull of tensor fa ciae lalae and sartorius muscles '-------- Anterior inferior iliac pine with direction of pull of reclUS femori mu de I hia!
The anterior part of the pelvic ring is less subject to compression, as most of the load is transmitted to the acetabula (for details of injuries see p. 11). 21 IX. Statics and Mechanics of the Osteoligamentous Pelvis (Figs. 19,20) When standing, either in a normally relaxed or a fully erect posture, the body as a whole has its center of gravity in the middle of the pelvic cavity. In the normal posture it is below the promontory and at the level of the posterior inferior iliac spines. The vertical plane in this position passes through the centers of the hip joints, the greater trochanters and the promontory of the sacrum.
Pelvic Injuries 2. Main Types of Acetabular Fracture (Fig. 30) The severity of a pelvic injury depends on the force applied, the deceleration and the elasticity of the pelvic ring and its components. The patterns of pelvic fractures depend on the causative forces and their directions of action. The fracture lines are influenced by the stability and elasticity of the pelvic ring and its constituent parts (p. 11). 1 Isolated Fracture of Rim of Acetabulum 1. Pelvic Ring Fractures (Fig. 12) - Lateral compression causes shearing and compression fractures adjacent to the pubic symphysis and then compression fractures of the sacrum.
Applied Anatomy of the Pelvis by Werner Lierse (auth.)