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pubis

one of the three sections of the hipbone that forms part of the pelvis

pubis

[′pyü·bəs]
(anatomy)
The pubic bone, the portion of the hipbone forming the front of the pelvis.
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During parturition, she felt as if something gave way in the region of the pubic bone anteriorly immediately before the birth of her baby.
And Michael, from Glasgow's south side, told pubic bone and femur were broken when of TIFG, who underwrite Alpha policies, off.
Bone biopsy of the parasymphyseal pubic bone region in athletes with chronic groin injury demonstrates new woven bone formation consistent with a diagnosis of pubic bone stress injury.
To finish development of the paraurethral passage, I pass standard Metzenbaum scissors through each hydrodissected tunnel until I feel the underside of the pubic bone, but no further.
We report a case of periosteal osteoblastoma in pubic bone as it is extremely rare.
Your pubic bone and the bony parts of the top of the pelvis should be in the same plane.
It is very easily diagnosed by pointed tenderness in the exact middle of the pubic bone.
He delivered a painful kick to her pubic bone and grabbed her hair, said prosecutor Rachel Masters .
Pain in the pubic bone at the front and centre of the pelvis
You press gently behind the pubic bone and if that causes no pain then you press deeper," he explained.
Braedon suffered nerve injuries to his right arm when a doctor pulled him from the birth canal after his shoulder had become stuck behind his mother's pubic bone during a vaginal delivery, according to court records.
This maneuver has an effect similar to that of Rubin's maneuver: It reduces pressure on the shoulder under the pubic bone by applying traction posteriorly toward the maternal perineum.