Picture Of Human Hip Bones

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The pubis, ischium, and ilium together constitute the pelvis while the thigh bone is the femur. The bones together make up the hip. The hip itself is a ball and socket joint, much like the shoulder. The structures necessary to create this joint are the socket, the joint capsule, muscle, ligaments, and the neck/trochanter of the femur.

Picture of Hip. The hip joint is the uppermost part of the leg where the head of the thigh bone (femur) fits into the socket of the pelvis. Hip pain may result from inflammation, degeneration, or injury to structures and tissues within the hip joint. Hip pain may be due to a variety of common causes including fractures, sprains, strains,…

Medical Illustrations. Picture of Hip. The hip joint is the uppermost part of the leg where the head of the thigh bone (femur) fits into the socket of the pelvis.

Picture Of Human Hip Bones



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