Friday, November 21, 2014

The Pelvis and Lower limbs

The Pelvis and Lower limbs
1. Pelvis
           The two hip bones joined together from the pelvis. The pelvis forms a basin-shaped cavity which contains intestines, urinary bladder and reproductive organs. There are two sockets on either sides of the pelvis. Where the thing bone join, forming the Hip bone joint.
2. Lower limbs
            The femur or thing bone is the longest and strongest bone in the body. It's upper end forms a part of a knee cap (Patella) is a small bone over the front of the knee joint lying loosely in the muscles ligaments and under the skin.
        It's sharp edge can be felt immediately beneath the skin of the front of the leg. The fibula lies on the outer side of Tibia. It does not enter into a formation of the knee-joint but it's lower end forms the outer parts of the ankle-joint.

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