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Chapter 7: Anatomy of The Pelvic Girdle
Illium
Iliac crest
Ischium
Pelvic Brim
Illium
Iliac crest
25 terms
Chapter 7 Pelvic Girdle
Sacroiliac joint
Ilium
Sacral promontory
Sacrum
#1
Sacroiliac joint
Ilium
20 terms
Chapter 7 Femur & Pelvic Girdle
Iliac Crest
ASIS
Body of left ischium
Ischial tuberosity
A
B
C
D
Iliac Crest
A
ASIS
B
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Chapter 7 Pelvic Girdle
Fovea capitis
125 degrees
10 degrees from vertical
15-20 degrees anterior
Depression, or pit, near the center of the femoral head
Angle of the neck to the shaft on an average adult
Angle of longitudinal plane of the femur
Head and neck in relation to the body of the femur
Fovea capitis
Depression, or pit, near the center of the femoral head
125 degrees
Angle of the neck to the shaft on an average adult
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Bone Pelvic Girdle chapter 7
Acetabulum
Coccyx
Ilium
Ischium
Acetabulum
Coccyx
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Chapter 7 femur and pelvic girdle
largest and strongest bone in the body
4 essential parts of the proximal femur
head of femur
foeva capitis
femur
head, neck, greater trochanter and lesser trochanter
rounded and smooth for articulation with the hip bones
deep depression or pit near its center in the femoral head
largest and strongest bone in the body
femur
4 essential parts of the proximal femur
head, neck, greater trochanter and lesser trochanter
9 terms
Chapter 7: Femur and Pelvic Girdle
AP Projection: Femur-Mid-and Distal
Lateral-Mediolateral or Lateromedial P…
Lateral-Mediolateral Projection: Femur…
AP Pelvis Projection (Bilateral Hips):…
CR: Perpendicular to femur and IR and directed to midpoint of…
CR: Perpendicular to femur and IR directed to midpoint of IR…
CR: Perpendicular to femur and CR directed to midpoint of IR
CR: Perpendicular to IR and directed midway between level of…
AP Projection: Femur-Mid-and Distal
CR: Perpendicular to femur and IR and directed to midpoint of…
Lateral-Mediolateral or Lateromedial P…
CR: Perpendicular to femur and IR directed to midpoint of IR…
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Bone Pelvic Girdle chapter 7
Acetabulum
Coccyx
Ilium
Ischium
Acetabulum
Coccyx
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ANP Chapter 7 - Pelvic Girdle SPECIFICALLY
greater pelvis
pelvic inlet
ilium
acetabulum
pink part
the opening outlined in green
the highlighted part
the socket name
greater pelvis
pink part
pelvic inlet
the opening outlined in green
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Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle
What is the longest strongest bone in…
Label the proximal femur
The femur is angled inward how do we s…
What does the pelvis consit of?
Femur
Spread the pt. legs apart 8 in apart and internally rotate 15…
4 bones... -2 hip bones... -1 sacrum... -coccyx
What is the longest strongest bone in…
Femur
Label the proximal femur
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Chapter 7 Femur & Pelvic Girdle
Femur
Proximal Femur consists 4 essential
Femur head
Fovea capitis
Longest and strongest bone in the body, entire weight of body…
1. head... 2. neck... 3. greater trochanters... 4. lesser trochanters
rounded and smooth for articulation with hip bones
depression, or pit near the center of femur head
Femur
Longest and strongest bone in the body, entire weight of body…
Proximal Femur consists 4 essential
1. head... 2. neck... 3. greater trochanters... 4. lesser trochanters
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Chapter 7 - Femur and Pelvic Girdle
125 degrees
10 degrees
15-20 degrees
rotate foot in 15-20 degrees
what is the neck to shaft angle of the proximal femur?
what is the longitudinal angle of the proximal femur?
what is the anterior angle of the proximal femur?
how do you compensate for the anterior angle of the proximal…
125 degrees
what is the neck to shaft angle of the proximal femur?
10 degrees
what is the longitudinal angle of the proximal femur?
50 terms
Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle
proximal femur and pelvic girdle
hip joint, sacroiliac and pubic symphy…
femur
head, neck, greater trochanter and les…
Which bones are included in the hip image?
Which joints are included in the hip image?
What is the strongest and longest bone in the body?
What are the 4 parts of the proximal femur?
proximal femur and pelvic girdle
Which bones are included in the hip image?
hip joint, sacroiliac and pubic symphy…
Which joints are included in the hip image?
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Chapter 7: Femur and pelvic girdle
Pathology/Indications for Femur/Pelvis…
AP Proximal Femur
Evaluation Criteria (Proximal Femur)
AP (Mid and Distal) Femur
Fractures... Dislocations... Degenerative... Bony Lesions
CR perp. to midfemoral neck... Internally rotate leg 15-20°
-Proximal ⅓ of femur included... -Hip joint space and acetabulum…
-Rotate leg 5° internally, for true AP... -CR to midpoint of IR,…
Pathology/Indications for Femur/Pelvis…
Fractures... Dislocations... Degenerative... Bony Lesions
AP Proximal Femur
CR perp. to midfemoral neck... Internally rotate leg 15-20°
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Chapter 7 Femur & Pelvic Girdle
The largest & strongest bone of the bo…
A small depression located in the cent…
The lesser trochanter is located on th…
It projects _______________ (anteriorl…
Femur
fovea capitis
medial aspect
posteriorly
The largest & strongest bone of the bo…
Femur
A small depression located in the cent…
fovea capitis
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Anatomy Chapter 7 (Pelvic Girdle)
pelvic girdle (functions)
2 major part of pelvic girdle
3 bones of coxae
4 parts of pubis
connects lower limb with axial skeleton; ... supports and protec…
-coxae... -sacrum and coccyx vertebrae
-pubis... -ilium... -ischium
-inferior pubic ramus... -superior pubic ramus... -pubic symphysis…
pelvic girdle (functions)
connects lower limb with axial skeleton; ... supports and protec…
2 major part of pelvic girdle
-coxae... -sacrum and coccyx vertebrae
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Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle
AP Projection: Femur - Mid and Distal
Lateral - Mediolateral or Lateromedial…
Lateral - Mediolateral Projection: Fem…
AP Pelvis Projection (Bilateral Hips):…
Mid and distal femur, including knee joint for detection and…
Mid and distal femur, including knee joint for detection and…
Mid and proximal femur, including knee joint for detection an…
Fractures, dislocations, degenerative disease, and bone lesio…
AP Projection: Femur - Mid and Distal
Mid and distal femur, including knee joint for detection and…
Lateral - Mediolateral or Lateromedial…
Mid and distal femur, including knee joint for detection and…
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Chapter 7 Femur & Pelvic Girdle
proximal femur
- Head - Greater trochanter... - Neck - L…
Femoral head
Fovea capitis
Longest/strongest bone in the body, whole body weight transfe…
4 essential parts of the femur?
Rounded/smooth end for articulation w/ acetabulum
Depression or pit at the end of the femoral head
proximal femur
Longest/strongest bone in the body, whole body weight transfe…
- Head - Greater trochanter... - Neck - L…
4 essential parts of the femur?
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Chapter 7: Femur and Pelvic Girdle
What are the routine views for the pel…
What are the routine views for the hips?
What are the routine views for a traum…
What size cassette do you use for an A…
AP pelvis
AP and Lateral Frog leg (modified cleaves)
AP and Lateral Danelius-Miller
14X17 crosswise
What are the routine views for the pel…
AP pelvis
What are the routine views for the hips?
AP and Lateral Frog leg (modified cleaves)
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chapter 7 femur & pelvic girdle
largest and strongest bone
small depression center of femoral head
lesser trochanter is located on the __…
it projects ___ from junction between…
femur
fovea capitus
medial
posteriorly
largest and strongest bone
femur
small depression center of femoral head
fovea capitus
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RAD 112: Chapter 7: Femur and Pelvic Girdle
Femur
Head, neck, greater trochanter, and le…
Head
Fovea capitis
What is the longest and strongest bone in the body?
What four essential parts does the proximal femur consist of?
What part of the femur is rounded and smooth and articulates…
A depression, or pit, near the center of the head of the femur?
Femur
What is the longest and strongest bone in the body?
Head, neck, greater trochanter, and le…
What four essential parts does the proximal femur consist of?
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Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle
The ___________ is the longest and str…
The proximal femur consists of four es…
The head of the femur contains a depre…
The ___________________ is a strong py…
Femur
1) Head... 2) Neck... 3) Greater Trochanters... 4) Lesser Trochanters
Fovea capitis
Neck of the femur
The ___________ is the longest and str…
Femur
The proximal femur consists of four es…
1) Head... 2) Neck... 3) Greater Trochanters... 4) Lesser Trochanters
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Chapter 7: Femur and Pelvic Girdle
What is the longest and the strongest…
What are the essential parts of the fe…
What is the depression or pit in the c…
What major ligament is attached to the…
femur
neck, greater, lesser trochanter
Fovea capitis
ligament capitis femoris
What is the longest and the strongest…
femur
What are the essential parts of the fe…
neck, greater, lesser trochanter
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Chapter 7 Femur & Pelvic Girdle
The proximal femur consists of 4 parts?
What is the angle of the neck to the s…
What serves as the base of the trunk &…
The pelvis consists of what 4 bones?
head, neck, greater trochanter, less trochanter
125 °
Pelvis
2 Ossa Coxae or innominate bones, & 1 Sacrum, 1 Coccyx
The proximal femur consists of 4 parts?
head, neck, greater trochanter, less trochanter
What is the angle of the neck to the s…
125 °
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Chapter 7: femur and pelvic girdle
What are the parts of the femur?
What is the fovea capitis?
What is the lesser trochanter?
What is the pelvic girdle?
Head, neck, greater and lesser trochanters
A depression or pit near the center of the head of the femur
Smaller blunt conical eminence that projects medically and po…
Only the two hip bones
What are the parts of the femur?
Head, neck, greater and lesser trochanters
What is the fovea capitis?
A depression or pit near the center of the head of the femur
81 terms
Chapter 7: Femur and Pelvic Girdle
What are the routine views for the pel…
What are the routine views for the hips?
What are the routine views for a traum…
What size cassette do you use for an A…
AP pelvis
AP and Lateral Frog leg (modified cleaves)
AP and Lateral Danelius-Miller
14X17 crosswise
What are the routine views for the pel…
AP pelvis
What are the routine views for the hips?
AP and Lateral Frog leg (modified cleaves)
25 terms
Chapter 7-femur and pelvic girdle
What is the longest and strongest bone…
What makes up the femur?
What is the deep depression in the hea…
What ligament is in the fovea capitis?
Femur,j entire wieght of body is transferred through this bon…
Head, neck, greater and lesser trochanters
Fovea capitis
ligament of the head of the femur or the ligament captious fe…
What is the longest and strongest bone…
Femur,j entire wieght of body is transferred through this bon…
What makes up the femur?
Head, neck, greater and lesser trochanters
14 terms
Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle
Three Parts of the Hip Bone
Female Pelvis Angle
Male Pelvis Angle
What kind of joint is the sacroiliac j…
Ilium, Pubis, Ischium
Obtuse (greater than 90)
Acute (less than 90)
Synovial
Three Parts of the Hip Bone
Ilium, Pubis, Ischium
Female Pelvis Angle
Obtuse (greater than 90)
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Amy Chapter 7 - Femur & Pelvic Girdle
what are the 3 parts of the hip bone?
why do we have to internally rotate th…
what are the differences between the m…
the parts of the pelvis above the inle…
ilium, ischium, pubis
there is 15° to 20° anterior angle of the femoral head and ne…
male: angle of pubic arch is less than 90 degrees (acute), th…
false pelvis
what are the 3 parts of the hip bone?
ilium, ischium, pubis
why do we have to internally rotate th…
there is 15° to 20° anterior angle of the femoral head and ne…
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Chapter 7.11 Anatomy Pelvic Girdle-Jojo
Pelvic Girdle
Pelvis
Each hip bone develops from three parts
Acetabulum
Consists of two hip bones. (Coxal and pelvic bones). Supports…
Sacrum,coccyx, and pelvic girdle together form this bowl-shap…
Ilium, ischium, and a pubis.
The ilium, ischium, and pubis fuse in this cup-shaped cavity.…
Pelvic Girdle
Consists of two hip bones. (Coxal and pelvic bones). Supports…
Pelvis
Sacrum,coccyx, and pelvic girdle together form this bowl-shap…
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A&P Chapter 7: The Pelvic (Hip) Girdle
Hip bones
During childhood, the hip bone consist…
Acetabulum
Ilium
Also called an os coxae or coxal bone
The ilium, ischium, and pubis
Deep hemispherical socket on the lateral surface of the pelvis
Large flaring bone that forms the superior region of a coxal…
Hip bones
Also called an os coxae or coxal bone
During childhood, the hip bone consist…
The ilium, ischium, and pubis
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Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle (final)
Is round and smooth for articulation w…
The head contains a depression near it…
Ridge on posterior aspect of femur?
Connects the head to the body?
The Head
Fovea capitis.
Linea Aspera
The neck of femur
Is round and smooth for articulation w…
The Head
The head contains a depression near it…
Fovea capitis.
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Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle-Bontragers
What is the pit in the head of the fem…
What is the thick ridge where the troc…
What is the average angle of the femor…
On an average adult in the anatomical…
Fovea Capitis
Intertrochanteric
125 degrees with a variance of 15 degrees
10 degrees
What is the pit in the head of the fem…
Fovea Capitis
What is the thick ridge where the troc…
Intertrochanteric
80 terms
Chapter 7: Pelvic Girdle and lower limb
coxal bone
illiam
iliac fossa
ischium
coxal bone
illiam
26 terms
Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle- position picyures
AP Projection Femur Mid and distal
Lateral-mediolateral femur -mid and di…
Lateral-mediolateral projection: Femur…
AP Pelvis Projection (bilateral Hips):…
central ray- midpoint to IR perpendicular to femur.
CR= perpendicular to femur and IR directed to midpoint of IR
CR=perpendicular femur and CR directed to midpoint of IR
CR=Midway between level of ASIS and symphisis pubis. About 2…
AP Projection Femur Mid and distal
central ray- midpoint to IR perpendicular to femur.
Lateral-mediolateral femur -mid and di…
CR= perpendicular to femur and IR directed to midpoint of IR
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Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle Projections
AP Femur-Mid- and Distal
AP Femur - Mid- and Distal is done for:
Anatomy Demonstrated in an AP Femur:
Lateral-Mediolateral or Lateromedial F…
Bucky... 40" SID... 14 x 17" IR Lengthwise... Collimate to 8 x 17"... Rot…
Mid- and distal femur, including knee joint for detection and…
*Distal two-thirds of distal femur, including knee joint is s…
Bucky... 40" SID ... 14 x 17" IR Lengthwise... Collimate to 8 x 17"... Fl…
AP Femur-Mid- and Distal
Bucky... 40" SID... 14 x 17" IR Lengthwise... Collimate to 8 x 17"... Rot…
AP Femur - Mid- and Distal is done for:
Mid- and distal femur, including knee joint for detection and…
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Chapter 7 Pathology Femur and Pelvic Girdle
Ankylosing Spondylitis
Avulsion (evulsion) fractures of the p…
Chondrosarcoma
Development Dysplasia of the Hip (DDH)
Extensive calcification of the longitudinal ligament of the s…
Fractures that occur is adolescent athletes who experience su…
A malignant tumor of the cartilage that usually occurs in the…
Hip dislocations caused by conditions present at birth that m…
Ankylosing Spondylitis
Extensive calcification of the longitudinal ligament of the s…
Avulsion (evulsion) fractures of the p…
Fractures that occur is adolescent athletes who experience su…
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Chapter 7 - Appendicular Skeleton//Pelvic Girdle Packet
Pelvic Girdle
what forms the pelvis
Coxae
Ilium
supports the trunk of the body... provides attachment of muscles…
sacrum, coccyx, and pelvic girdle
Develops from 3 parts
largest and most uppermost superior region; forms the promine…
Pelvic Girdle
supports the trunk of the body... provides attachment of muscles…
what forms the pelvis
sacrum, coccyx, and pelvic girdle
25 terms
Chapter 5: Pelvic Girdle
Coxal Bones (AKA ossa coxae)
Illium
Pubis
Ischium
Coxal Bones (AKA ossa coxae)
Illium
Chapter 7 Pelvic and Pectoral Girdle and Limbs
Thoracic Cage
Total amount of ribs
How many are true ribs?
How many are false ribs?
Protects heart, lungs, kidneys, spleen, etc.
12
First 7
Last 5
Thoracic Cage
Protects heart, lungs, kidneys, spleen, etc.
Total amount of ribs
12
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Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle (Situation questions)
Situation: An initial AP pelvis radiog…
Situation: A radiograph of an axiolate…
Situation: A unilateral frog-leg (modi…
Situation: A radiograph of an AP hip r…
The AP axial outlet projection (Taylor method will elongate t…
It is soft tissue from the unaffected thigh. This leg must be…
Only abduct the femurs 20º to 30º from the veritcal rather th…
NO. It is an acceptable image because the lesser trochanters…
Situation: An initial AP pelvis radiog…
The AP axial outlet projection (Taylor method will elongate t…
Situation: A radiograph of an axiolate…
It is soft tissue from the unaffected thigh. This leg must be…
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Positioning Chapter 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle
True or False All Proximal Femur and h…
What is the kVp range for femoral radi…
True or False Both the hip and the kne…
What is the patient position for the A…
True
60-70kVp
True
The patient is supine with the foot either internally rotated…
True or False All Proximal Femur and h…
True
What is the kVp range for femoral radi…
60-70kVp
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Anatomy and Physiology (Chapter 7 Skeletal System Pelvic Girdle)
Hip Bones
Sacrum
Symphysis Pubis
Obturator Foramen
Hip Bones
Sacrum
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Anatomy and Physiology (Chapter 7 Skeletal System Pelvic Girdle)
Hip Bones
Sacrum
Symphysis Pubis
Obturator Foramen
Hip Bones
Sacrum
29 terms
Chapter 7: Bones of the Skull, Vertebral Column, Pelvic Girdle
Ilium
Pubis
Acetabulum
Ischium
Ilium
Pubis
56 terms
procedures chapter 7- femur and pelvic girdle (FINAL)
the largest and strongest bone of the…
a small depression located in the cent…
the lesser trochanter is located on th…
how does the lesser trochanter project…
femur
fovea capitis
medial
posteriorly
the largest and strongest bone of the…
femur
a small depression located in the cent…
fovea capitis
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Ch 7: WB Femur and Pelvic Girdle
largest and strongest bone of the body
small depression located in the center…
lesser trochanter is located on the __…
alignment between the femoral head and…
femur
fovea capitis
medial/posteriorly
15-20
largest and strongest bone of the body
femur
small depression located in the center…
fovea capitis
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RTE 1513: Ch 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle
Ankylosing spondylitis
Use 65 kV.;... Higher radiographic contra…
slipped capital femoral epiphysis
SCFE
progressive disease characterized by excessive calcification.
To best demonstrate an avulsion fracture on a radiograph, wha…
Trauma and the rapid growth that occurs most often between th…
The radiographic appearance of an ___ includes a shortened ep…
Ankylosing spondylitis
progressive disease characterized by excessive calcification.
Use 65 kV.;... Higher radiographic contra…
To best demonstrate an avulsion fracture on a radiograph, wha…
75 terms
Ch 7 Femur and Pelvic Girdle - Positions and Pathology
ASIS and Symphysis pubis
2 1/2 " below the line
ASIS, 1-2", symphysis pubis/ or Greate…
15-20 degrees
Which two bony landmarks need to be palpated for hip localiza…
From the midpoint of the imaginary line created by the two la…
A second method for locating the femoral head is to palpate t…
To achieve a true AP projection of the proximal femur, the lo…
ASIS and Symphysis pubis
Which two bony landmarks need to be palpated for hip localiza…
2 1/2 " below the line
From the midpoint of the imaginary line created by the two la…
37 terms
Ch 7 Femur And Pelvic Girdle WB, A
The longest and strongest bone of the…
The small depression located in the ce…
The lesser trochanter is located on th…
Because of the alignment between the f…
Femur
Fovea Capitus
Medial; Posteriorly
15-20
The longest and strongest bone of the…
Femur
The small depression located in the ce…
Fovea Capitus
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