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An ideal patient Cassidy was an ideal patient for the device because his source of bleeding was only his pelvis, not his chest or abdomen.
Football Martell Irby, Morse Irby, who earned an athletic scholarship to Arizona as an all-section running back, was almost forced to quit football after sustaining a fractured pelvis as a freshman that put him on crutches for nearly four months.
The bone is a fragment of pelvis that is currently owned by Father Dennis O’Neill of St. Martha of Bethany Church in Illinois.
Intriguingly, the Bari relics include only a partial pelvis.
The cancer had already metastasized and had spread to her spine and pelvis.
Aware that the baby's shoulder was trapped behind his mother's pelvis, Wong tugged Amari's head in a swift downward motion to try to dislodge it, Broughton said.
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.
Tilting the pelvis backward and standing on tippy toes to create a thigh gap.
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