American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of, in, near, or relating to the pelvis: a pelvic artery.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the pelvis: as, pelvic bones, those composing the pelvis; pelvic viscera, those contained in the pelvis; the pelvic inlet or outlet; the pelvic cavity; pelvic measurement
- Of the true pelvis: Anteropos-tirior diameter of the brim. Same as conjugate diameter of the brim. Anteroposterior diameter of the outlet, the distance between the tip of the coccyx and the lower border of the symphysis pubis. Bis-iliac diameter, the transverse diameter of the brim. Bis-ischiatic diameter, the transverse diameter of the outlet. Coccypubal diameter. Same as anteroposterior diameter of the outlet. Conjugate diameter of the brim. (
α) In anatomy, the distance between the sacral promontory and the upper margin of the symphysis pubis. ( β) In obstetrics, the least distance between the sacral promontory and the symphysis pubis, measured to a point on the symphysis about two fifths of an inch below the upper margin. Conjugate diameter of the cavity, the anteroposterior diameter, measured from the suture between the second and third sacral vertebræ to the middle of the symphysis pubis. Conjugate diameter of the outlet. ( α) The distane between the tip of the coccyx and the inferior margin of the symphysis pubis. ( β) The distance between the sacrococcygeal articulation and the inferior margin of the symphysis pubis. Diagonal conjugate diameter of the cavity, the distance between the sub-pubic ligament and the sacral promontory, measured in the living. (10) Normal conjugate diameter of the cavity, the anteroposterior diameter between the concavity of the third sacral vertebra and the upper margin of the sumphysis pubis. (11) Oblique diameter of the brim, the distance between the iliopectineal eminence and the sacro-iliac synchondrosis of the opposite side. (12) Oblique diameter of the outlet, the distance from the middle of the great sacrosciatic ligament to the point of union between the opposite rami of pubis and ischium. (13) Sacrocotyloidean diameter, the distance between the sacral promontory and the posterior part of the cotyloidean cavity. (14) Transverse diameter of the brim, the greatest diameter measured from side to side. (15) Transverse diameter of the cavity, the distance between the points of the inner surface of the os innominatum opposite the middle of the acetabula. (16) Transverse diameter of the outlet, the distance between the tuberosities of the ischium. (17) True conjugate diameter of the brim. Same as 6 ( β), above.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or in the region of, the pelvis.
- adj. of or relating to the pelvis
“These fasciæ are closely related to one another and to the deep fascia of the perineum, and in addition have special connections with the fibrous coverings of the pelvic viscera; it is customary therefore to describe them together under the term pelvic fascia.”
“Usually Maynard appears in concerts in an orange full-body jump suit with a scarf around his neck, and he jumps to center stage displaying an innovation that he introduced into the musical world which he calls the pelvic thrust.”
“Dogged by a long-term pelvic injury, the 36-year-old South African had not been named in Warwickshire's four-day team since last August and his 2011 entrance could not have been more dramatic.”
“Then a woman may begin to experience the more severe pelvic symptoms like pain, organ prolapse, or urine leakage that result from these long-term pelvic imbalances.”
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“Safety concerns could prompt a shift back to traditional surgery with stitches to repair what is known as pelvic prolapse, a common condition affecting older women.”
“It was identified as a pelvic bone of the Steppe Mammoth”
“Plagued by long-term pelvic and ankle problems the full-back was unable to convince Smith of his worth when returning to full fitness and has spent the best part of 18 months languishing in the reserves.”
“The resulting circle-like formation is commonly called the pelvic ring.”
“Note: Sex also supports pelvic health because it massages the inner pelvis and invigorates a woman’s pelvic energy and blood flow, but it does not address or change long-term pelvic patterns of imbalance.”
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