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pel·vic

 (pĕl′vĭk)
adj.
Of, in, near, or relating to the pelvis: a pelvic artery.

pelvic

(ˈpɛlvɪk)
adj
(Anatomy) of, near, or relating to the pelvis
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.pelvic - of or relating to the pelvis; "pelvic exam"; "pelvic inflammation"
Translations
حَوْضي
pánevní
bækken-
medence-
mjaîmargrindar-
panvový
leğen kemiğiyle ilgili

pelvic

[ˈpelvɪk] ADJpélvico

pelvic

[ˈpɛlvɪk] adjpelvien(ne)pelvic floor
nplancher m pelvien
modif [muscles] → du plancher pelvien; [exercises] → de musculation du plancher pelvien

pelvic

adjBecken-; complaint, painsin der Beckengegend; pelvic floor musclesBeckenboden m, → Beckenbodenmuskulatur f; pelvic thrustHüftschwung m

pelvic

:
pelvic bone
pelvic girdle
nBeckengürtel m; pelvic finBauchflosse f

pelvic

[ˈpɛlvɪk] adjpelvico/a

pelvis

(ˈpelvis) noun
the framework of bone around the body below the waist.
ˈpelvic adjective

pel·vic

a. pélvico-a, pelviano-a, rel. a la pelvis;
___ girdlecinturón ___;
___ examinationreconocimiento ___;
___ presentationpresentación ___.

pelvic

adj pélvico, pelviano
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