Definition of Ischial bone

1. Noun. One of the three sections of the hipbone; situated below the ilium.

Exact synonyms: Ischium, Os Ischii
Generic synonyms: Bone, Os
Group relationships: Articulatio Coxae, Coxa, Hip, Hip Joint, Hip, Pelvic Arch, Pelvic Girdle, Pelvis



Medical Definition of Ischial bone

1. 1. The ventral and posterior of the three principal bones composing either half of the pelvis; seat bone; the huckle bone. 2. One of the pleurae of insects. Origin: L, Gr. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Ischial Bone

ischemic hypoxia
ischemic mitral regurgitation
ischemic muscular atrophy
ischemic necrosis
ischemic neuropathy
ischemic optic neuropathy
ischemic preconditioning
ischemic stroke
ischesis
ischia
ischiadic
ischiadic plexus
ischiadicus
ischial
ischial bone (current term)
ischial bursa
ischial callosity
ischial tuberosity
ischialgia
ischias
ischiatic
ischiatic hernia
ischiatic nerve
ischiatic nerves
ischiatic notch
ischidrosis
ischio-

Literary usage of Ischial bone

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1. Geology of Oxford and the Valley of the Thames by John Phillips (1871)
"The ischial bone is incomplete at the medial symphysis s' i'. The pubis is only incomplete along the anterior edge ; it was complete while in the ground. /. ..."

2. Poultry Culture Sanitation and Hygiene by Benjamin Franklyn Kaupp (1920)
"Observe the posterior edge of the ischial bone to determine for fatness. If the bird is fat this prominent point will show yellow and plump. ..."

3. A Treatise on the science and practice of midwifery by William Smoult Playfair (1893)
"... the inner surface of the ischial bone into two smooth side view of pelvis. plane surfaces, which have received Two other planes arc formĀ«! by the inner ..."

4. Studies in neurological diagnosis by James Jackson Putnam (1902)
"Tenderness is also developed by pressure of the finger in the rectum over the inner surface of the ischial bone. No tenderness is developed by deep pressure ..."

5. Proteus; Or, Unity in Nature. by Charles Bland Radcliffe (1877)
"The scapulae and the ilia are more obviously related to the ribs than are the clavicles and coracoid bones, or the pubic and ischial bone, to the costal ..."

6. Geology of Oxford and the Valley of the Thames by John Phillips (1871)
"The ischial bone is incomplete at the medial symphysis s' i'. The pubis is only incomplete along the anterior edge ; it was complete while in the ground. /. ..."

7. Poultry Culture Sanitation and Hygiene by Benjamin Franklyn Kaupp (1920)
"Observe the posterior edge of the ischial bone to determine for fatness. If the bird is fat this prominent point will show yellow and plump. ..."

8. A Treatise on the science and practice of midwifery by William Smoult Playfair (1893)
"... the inner surface of the ischial bone into two smooth side view of pelvis. plane surfaces, which have received Two other planes arc formĀ«! by the inner ..."

9. Studies in neurological diagnosis by James Jackson Putnam (1902)
"Tenderness is also developed by pressure of the finger in the rectum over the inner surface of the ischial bone. No tenderness is developed by deep pressure ..."

10. Proteus; Or, Unity in Nature. by Charles Bland Radcliffe (1877)
"The scapulae and the ilia are more obviously related to the ribs than are the clavicles and coracoid bones, or the pubic and ischial bone, to the costal ..."

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