Pubic arch

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Bone: Pubic arch
Female pelvis. (Pubic arch labeled at bottom center.)
Male pelvis. (Pubic arch labeled at bottom center.)
Latin a. pubicus
Gray's subject #58 240
/ Elsevier

The eminences of the lower circumferenceof the true pelvis are separated by three notches: one in front, the pubic arch, formed by the convergence of the inferior rami of the ischium and pubis on either side.

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