____ Name:_________________________________________ Teacher: Bien Nillos, MD

A. On the space provided, draw the Pelvis and Label the parts: Sacrum Pubis Pubic crest Obturator Foramen Ilium Ischium Symphysis Pubis Arcuate Line Ischial spine Greater sciatic notch Acetabulum Sacral Promontory Anterior Superior Iliac Spine Ischial Tuberosity Pubic Tubercle Lesser sciatic notch Iliac crest

B. Differentiate the Male Pelvis from the Female Pelvis: Give at least 5 differences

C. Fill in the blanks: All About The FEMUR
1._______________ is the longest, largest and strongest bone in the skeleton. Its head, which is globular, is directed 2. __________________, inwards and a little forwards. The 3. _____________ is a flattened pyramidal process of the bone which connects the head to the 4. _________________. It varies in length and obliquity at various periods of life and under different circumstances. The 5. ______________________ are prominent processes of the bone which afford leverage to the muscles which rotate the thigh on its axis. The shaft is almost 6. ___________________ in form, a little broader above than in the center. The 7. ________________________ is a prominent longitudinal ridge on the middle third of the bone. It is sometimes called the gluteal ridge. The distal portion of the bone is divided into two large eminences called the 8. ________________ because they resemble a knuckle. This is truly the longest bone, considering that for a 6-foot man, it measures 18 inches or 9. ______________ of the whole body. The neck of the bone is commonly fractured especially in women with postmenopausal 10. _______________________ where there is excessive bone resorption.

CHOICES: one-fourth (1/4), trochanter, navicular, neck, upwards, femur, cylindrical, condyles, linea aspera, osteoporosis, shaft, downwards, malleolus
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