The large bony structure near the base of the spine to which the hind limbs or legs are attached in humans and many other vertebrates
The part of the abdomen including or enclosed by the pelvis
The broadened top part of the ureter into which the kidney tubules drain
the structure of the vertebrate skeleton supporting the lower limbs in humans and the hind limbs or corresponding parts in other vertebrates
a structure shaped like a funnel in the outlet of the kidney into which urine is discharged before passing into the ureter
(pelvic) of or relating to the pelvis; "pelvic exam"; "pelvic inflammation"
In human anatomy, the pelvis (plural pelves or pelvises) is the part of the trunk inferioposterior (below-behind) to the abdomen in the transition area between the trunk (torso) and the lower limbs (legs). ...
The large compound bone structure at the base of the spine that supports the legs. It consists of hip bone, sacrum and coccyx
(Pelvic) Having to do with the pelvis (the lower part of the abdomen located between the hip bones).
(Pelvic) relating to the circle of bones sheltering the uterus, bladder and nerves, muscles, and tendons connecting the trunk to the legs.
The hollow cavity formed by the two hipbones. PICTURE
Composed of the two hip bones, sacrum and coccyx.
Second cousin to Elvis.
Girdle of bones fused together. Each half being composed of the ilium, ischium and pubis; the whole attached to the spine at the sacrum. On the lower sides are the hip-joints.
The bony arch to which the hind limbs of Vertebrate animals are articulated.
Nice simple etymology: Pelvis is just the Latin word for a basin or bucket, both of which the anatomic pelvis resembles – somewhat.
Basin-shaped cavity bordered by the pelvic girdle and sacrum, containing and protecting the urinary bladder, lower bowel, internal genital organs.
Area of the body surrounded by the hips; includes the bladder, prostate, uterus, and other organs.
the renal pelvis is the central point to which all infundibulae drain. In the renal pelvis stones may grow to large size.
Hip bones, each consisting of three fused bones: an anterior ilium, a ventral pubis, and a posterior ischium; combined with the sacrum forming the pelvic girdle.
basin-shaped structure formed by the bones of the hip girdle growing together
The bowl-shaped bone that supports the spine and holds up the digestive, urinary, and reproductive organs. The legs connect to the body at the pelvis.
A CT scan can look for problems of organs in the pelvis. For a woman, these include the uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes. For a man, the pelvic organs include the prostate gland and the seminal vesicles.
the basin-shaped ring of bone, composed of the innominate bones (hipbones) at the sides and in front, and the sacrum and coccyx behind. See page 172.
The basin-like cavity in the human body below the abdomen, enclosed by a framework of four bones.
ring of bone between the spine and legs; made up of two pairs of bones, the ileum, the ischium, and sacrum
a large bony frame at the base of the spine, to which the lower limbs are attached