Atlas of Human Anatomy
Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed
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a) Sphenoid bone, body.
b) Temporal bone.
c) Atlas, first cervical vertebra.
d) Atlas, transverse process.
e) Axis (epistropheus), second cervical vertebra.
f) Seventh cervical vertebra.
g) First thoracic vertebra.
h) Twelfth thoracic vertebra.
i) First rib.
k) Twelfth rib.
l) First lumbar vertebra.
m) Fifth lumbar vertebra.
n) Sacral bone.
o) Coccygeal bones.
p) Iliac bone.
q) Iliac crest.
r) Anterior superor iliac spine.
s) Anterior inferior iliac spine.
t) Pubic bone, horizontal ramus.
u) Pubic bone, descending ramus.
v) Pubic symphysis.
w) Ischium bone, ascending ramus.
x) Ischium bone, tuberosities.
y Ischium bone, descending ramus.
z) Femoral bone (femur).
SeePlate 3 for details of the bones of the pelvis
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