pelvic girdle


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pelvic girdle

[′pel·vik ¦gərd·əl]
(anatomy)
The system of bones supporting the lower limbs, or the hindlimbs, of vertebrates.
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The mesopterygium is a structure articulating a part of the pectoral fins radials; and the metapterygium articulates with the pelvic girdle.
Therapist assisted exercise in the treatment of pregnancy related pelvic girdle pain: a randomized controlled trial.
32] reported that pelvic girdle pain and fatigue/sleep problems were the main reasons given for sick leave.
The association between pelvic girdle pain and sick leave during pregnancy; a retrospective study of Norwegian population.
Head and neck injuries were 11(23%), face 8(17%), chest, abdomen and pelvic contents 1(2%) each, extremity and pelvic girdle 14(29%) and external injuries 13(28%) (Figure-1)
Staphylococcus lugdunensis infection sites: predominance of abscesses in pelvic girdle region.
The basis of the core is the pelvic girdle, the muscles around the hips, which Camara likened to a building foundation.
While the front-on body orientation utilises head rotation, pass side elbow flexion and X-factor (torso and pelvic girdle separation) to achieve accurate passes.
He was rescued from the burning wreckage after the blast shattered his pelvis, separated his spine from his pelvic girdle, broke his legs and caused internal injuries.
1) Sacrum contributes significantly for the stability and strength of the pelvis by transmitting the weight of the body to the pelvic girdle.
WHEN Ruth Roberts was unable to walk and had to use a wheelchair to get around as a result of suffering severe pelvic girdle pain (PGP), her husband tried to find a solution.