pelvic

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Related to pelvic canal: pelvic cavity

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
References in periodicals archive ?
Conservative treatment increases the probability of poor bone union and pelvic canal stenosis (BURTON, 2011).
After osteotomy of the symphysis, the maintenance of a gentle lateral distraction of each side of the hemipelvis allows greater widening of the pelvic canal by the application of various types of implants, including metal or plastic spacers (LEITGHTON, 1969; NIKITAS et al.
It occupied the majority of the pelvic canal and much of the caudal abdomen, compressing the colon and rectum dorsally and the urethra ventrally and displacing the bladder within the abdomen to the left of midline.
The X-rays showed that the whole right side of her pelvis had caved in with multiple pieces of bone fragments and a severe narrowing of the pelvic canal.
If two fetuses are wedged into pelvic canal and repulsion of one or both is not possible, partial fetotomy may be beneficial.
Sometimes the head moves to the side and we need to reposition the head so that the nose engages the pelvic canal.
Females in this ancient population would have had even wider pelvic canals, the team argues, to allow for the delivery of babies larger than those of modern humans.