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Abbreviations: MeSH = Medical Subject Heading, SPD = symphysis pubis diastasis, TENS = transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
Late posterior instability of the pelvis after resection of the symphysis pubis for the treatment of osteitis pubis.
21,22) The mother's thighs are flexed towards her chest to tilt her pelvis forwards, thereby producing a significant cephalad rotation of the symphysis pubis and subsequent flattening of the sacrum.
The pelvic bones are joined together anteriorly by the symphysis pubis.
The authors note "McRoberts' manoeuvre does not change the actual dimensions of the maternal pelvis, it straightens the sacrum relative to the lumbar spine, with a cephalic rotation of the symphysis pubis sliding over the fetal shoulder" (Gherman, Tramont, Muffley & Goodley, 2000, p45).
The symphysis pubis is a joint of two large bones at the front of the pelvis.
The symphysis pubis (pubic bone) and the sacrococcygeal symphysis (butt bone) are flexible.
Doctors diagnosed Michelle as suffering from symphysis pubis, a separation of the pelvis.
Genitourinary examination revealed no bruising or other signs of trauma except for tenderness over the symphysis pubis.
Actual requests for body parts such as a "whole intact leg, including the entire hip joint," come with special instructions that the body be dissected by "cutting through symphysis pubis (pubic bone) and include whole illium.
INDEX R-S Homo Sapiens (F) RECTUM, RED PALMS, RELAXATION, RHYTHM METHOD, RUBELLA, RUPTURED MEMBRANE, SACRUM, SALPINGECTOMY, SALIPINGES, SALPINGITIS, SEXUAL INTERCOURSE - during pregnancy, after childbirth, after abortion, SHAKES, SHOCK, SLEEPLESSNESS, SPECULUM, SPERM, SPERMICIDE, SPIDER NAEVI, SPINAL ANAESTHETIC, STERILIZATION, STERILITY, STILL-BIRTH, STITCHES, STRESS INCONTINENCE, STRETCH MARKS, SUPPOSITORIES, SUPINE SYNDROME, SYMPHYSIS PUBIS, SYNTOMETRINE, SYPHILIS.