Definition of pelvic
: of, relating to, or located in or near the pelvis
Recent Examples of pelvic from the Web
Several pregnant women have even reported pelvic and abdominal pain while rolling over in bed.
The surgical team also sawed through their pelvic bone and removed their shared third leg for skin grafts.
The bullet fractured both of his pelvic bones, damaged internal organs and caused major bleeding, the hospital said.
There are no clear indications that these animals underwent metamorphosis, and indeed the pelvic girdles and limbs of at least some taxa (only a few provide the sufficient data) ossified early in development (Olori 2015).
The gunshot fractured both of Scalise's pelvic bones, damaged internal organs and caused extensive bleeding.
The gunshot fractured Scalise's pelvic bones, damaged internal organs and caused extensive bleeding.
As medical procedures become more sophisticated and technical, doctors often subspecialize to focus on a particular organ or area: prostate surgery, pancreatic surgery, pelvic floor surgery, for example.
People with pelvic injuries, like Ms. Williams and Ms. Hall, are ideal candidates for Reboa, surgeons say.
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Definition of pelvic for English Language Learners
: relating to or located in or near the pelvis
Medical Definition of pelvic
: a pelvic part
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