Recent Examples of pelvis from the Web
And then looking up the chain, if there’s one side of the pelvis that’s shifted out of place, that’s going to create more rotation of the hip.
The impact also shattered her pelvis and ruptured her bladder.
Her eyes continue to suggest some other preoccupation while her hands start to trace the top and bottom of her pelvis.
The chair uses electromagnetic energy technology to engage all the muscles of the pelvis at once.
For this form, sit on the floor with both knees bent and set to one side of your pelvis.
Later, Jeffery was lying on his side with his legs bent, raising his top leg for five seconds at a time while Reavy pushed against the back of his pelvis.
In addition to suffering with Parkinson's disease for many years, Graham's health problems in his later years included a broken hip, a broken pelvis, prostate cancer and installation of a shunt in his brain to control excess fluid.
Athletes have increased bone density by 2 to 5 percent over a one-year period, and the number of bone stress injuries has decreased, including high-risk injuries like the femoral neck, pelvis, and sacrum.
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PELVIS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of pelvis for English Language Learners
: the wide curved bones between the spine and the leg bones
PELVIS Defined for Kids
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