Recent Examples of pelvis from the Web
The model also suggested that C-sections are changing the rules of the game by increasing the likelihood that large babies and their mothers survive childbirth and pass on genes that promote this head/pelvis mismatch.
The bullet passed through Scalise's pelvis, resulting in fractured bones and injured internal organs.
The symptoms of endometriosis aren’t just limited to the pelvis.
People were transported into altered states, gyrating their pelvises, bursting into peals of unrestrained, almost feral laughter, even leaping to their feet to dance.
Six days after the slaying, police discovered the pelvis of a man — from mid-thigh to belly button — in a local landfill but are still waiting for DNA results.
Exactly two years and two months later, Jonah broke his pelvis in a skiing accident and was relegated to a wheelchair during his recovery.
Tilting the pelvis backward and standing on tippy toes to create a thigh gap.
A year ago, an 11-year-old girl named London Secor had surgery at the Mayo Clinic to remove a rare tumor located in her pelvis.
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