Medical Definition of Tuber of ischium

1. The rough bony projection at the junction of the lower end of the body of the ischium and its ramus; this is a weight-bearing point in the sitting position; provides attachment for the sacrotuberous ligament and is the site of origin of the hamstring muscles. Synonym: tuber ischiadicum, tuber of ischium. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tuber Of Ischium

tubeless tire
tuber anterius
tuber calcanei
tuber calcis
tuber cinereum
tuber cochleae
tuber corporis callosi
tuber dorsale
tuber frontale
tuber ischiadicum
tuber maxillae
tuber of ischium (current term)
tuber of vermis
tuber omentale
tuber parietale
tuber radii
tuber root
tuber valvulae
tuber vermis
tuber zygomaticum
tuberal nuclei
tubercle bacillus
tubercle of anterior scalene muscle

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