Ilium

[Epirus] Ilium or Ilion (Ίλιον) was an ancient Greek city in the region of Epirus ...
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Ilium

(pronounced ILL-ee-um) The ilium (plural il ia) is a bone that is part of the hip, or pelvic girdle.
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ilium

[n] - the upper and widest of the three bones making up the hipbone
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Ilium

In classical mythology, an alternative name for the city of Troy, taken from its founder Ilus. ...
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Ilium

The hip bone.
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Ilium

Ilium: The upper part of the bony pelvis which forms the receptacle for the head of the femur at the hip joint. The word 'ilium' is the Medieval Latin term for the hip bone. The adjective is iliac. 'Ilium' is not to be confused with the ileum, the lowest part of the small intestine, located beyond the duodenum and jejunum, just before the large int...
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Ilium

Il'i·um noun [ See Ileum .] (Anat.) The dorsal one of the three principal bones comprising either lateral half of the pelvis; the dorsal or upper part of the hip bone. See Innominate bone , under Innominate . [ Written also ilion , and ileum .]
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ilium

<anatomy> The upper and largest, part of the bony pelvic girdle (iliac wing). The ilium articulates on its inner aspect with the sacrum (sacroiliac joint). ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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ilium

noun the upper and widest of the three bones making up the hipbone
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ilium

(il´e-әm) pl. i´lia the lateral, flaring portion of the hip bone. adj., il´iac., adj.
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Ilium

• (n.) The dorsal one of the three principal bones comprising either lateral half of the pelvis; the dorsal or upper part of the hip bone. See Innominate bone, under Innominate.
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ilium

(from the article `sacroiliac`) ...it in supporting the weight of the upper body; the joint`s motion is also limited by the irregular surfaces of the sacrum (the fused vertebrae of ... ...limbs and to reposition muscles so that one could walk without assistance from the upper limbs and without wobbling from side to side, changes ... ...
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ilium

ilium 1. The broad, upper portion of either hipbone. 2. The upper part of the bony pelvis which forms the receptacle for the head of the femur at the hip joint. 3. The uppermost and widest of the three bones constituting either of the lateral halves of the pelvis; also called: iliac bone. This ilium should not be confused with the ileum which re...
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Ilium

The bone of the flank; adjective is iliac; ilio is the combining form.
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ilium

A broad flat bone on either side of the pelvis. Joined by the sacrum, the fused bones of the base of the spine, it is fused with the ischium and pubis in a triangular suture at the base of the hip socket. The ilia form the back of the 'basin' of the pelvic girdle and anchor the muscles that form the...
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Ilium

Ilium: see Troy.
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Ilium

The ilium is one of the three pelvic bones fused together to form the pelvic girdle. It is the broad, flared portion which constitutes the upper and lateral sections of the pelvis. The ilium is distinct for its ala, or wings, which flare out on either side of the spinal column, resembling an airplane propeller when seen in the side view.
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ilium

Type: Term Pronunciation: il′ē-ŭm, il′ē-ă Definitions: 1. The broad, flaring portion of the hip bone, distinct at birth but later becoming fused with the ischium and pubis; it consists of a body, which joins the pubis and ischium to form the acetabulum and a broad thin portion, called the ala or wing, bordered superi...
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Ilium

In classical mythology, an alternative name for the city of Troy, taken from its founder Ilus
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ilium

The superior portion of the hip or pelvic bone.
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ilium

Latin the bone of the flank, adjective - iliac.
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Ilium

[bone] The ilium is the uppermost and largest bone of the pelvis, and appears in most vertebrates including mammals and birds, but not bony fish. All reptiles have an ilium except snakes, although some snake species have a tiny bone which is considered to be an ilium. The name comes from the Latin (ile, ilis), meaning `groin` or `flank.` Th...
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Ilium

[Kurt Vonnegut] Ilium is a fictitious town in eastern New York state, used as a setting for many of Kurt Vonnegut`s novels. The name most likely refers to Troy, New York (`Ilium` was the name the Romans gave to ancient Troy), although Troy is mentioned as a separate city in Player Piano. In all other respects, Ilium very closely resembles S...
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Ilium

The upper part of the bony pelvis which forms the receptacle for the head of the femur.
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