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Os Coxae

(Coxal Bone) is a fusion of 3 bones:
Both plates of the hip bone

Ilium, Ischium, and Pubis
Pelvis
Two coxae

Sacrum

Coccyx
Ilium
Large, flaring bone
Ischium
Entire handle "sitting bone"
Pubis
Anterior portion-goes all the way around the front
Auricular surface
Articulates with sacrum
Iliac Crest
Superior, distal crest (You can see it)
Obturator foramen
Holes of the handle (Ischium)
Ischial tuberosities
Posterior bumps coming off ischium
Pubis symphysis
Cartilaginous joint where each pubic bones meet (at the pubic crest)
Greater sciatic notch
Topmost notch in the posterior
Iliac fossa
Anterior view, the ilium is carved out. This depression is called the iliac fossa
Acetabulum
Where the femur head is received

Point of fusion for Ilium, Ischius, and Pubis
Ala
Posterior top ridege of the ilium