Ischiopubic ramus

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Ischiopubic ramus
Skeletal pelvis-pubis.svg
Pelvis. Ischiopubic ramus is region between "3" and "4c".
Gray235.png
Right hip bone. External surface.
Details
Latin ramus ischiopubicus
Identifiers
Dorlands
/Elsevier
r_02/12690421
TA A02.5.01.007
FMA 43533
Anatomical terms of bone

The ischiopubic ramus is a compound structure consisting of the following two structures:

It serves as part of the origin for the Obturator internus muscle.

It also marks a vertex of the anal triangle and the urogenital triangle.

The fascia of Colles is attached to its margin.

References[edit]

This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918)

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