It is the appendicular hip bone; os-bone coxa -hip.
The ilium, ischium, and pubis fuse to form the hip bone or os coxa.
Illium, Ishium, and pubis
The head of the femur and the OS coxa.
The greater sciatic notch
The os coxa (pelvis bones, fused) and the head of the femur form the hip joint.
greater sciatic notch?
The ischial tuberosity is a roughened area that receives body weight when you are sitting. It is located on the ischium, one of the three bones that forms the pelvis, or OS coxa.
the ischium bone is located in the coxa. (the pelvis) it forms the lower and back part of the coxa
The medical root word 'coxa' refers to the hip (Latin).
Ilium. The coxa has tree main bones: Ilium, the largest, Ishium and the Pubis which all connect together.
The three bones that make up the os coxa -- the ilium, ischium, and pubis -- meet in the cavity known as the acetabulum (hip socket) at the triradiate cartilage.
The left and right pubic bones meet at the pubic symphysis (English) or symphisis pubis (Latin). The joint that is formed by the hip bone (Os Coxa) and the sacrum is the sacroiliac joint.
The anterior joint that is between the hip jones is called the hip joint. The hip joint is a ball and socket synovial joint formed between the fur and os coxa.
The coxa are inferior to the thorax. Both are bony, and can be described as neither superficial nor deep in relation to each other.
The coxa refers to the hip bone or hip joint. The pelvis is the entire ring of bones around the base of abdomen.