The pelvis is made up of three fused bones on each side, namely the Ilium, Ischium and Pubis bones, which together form the ox coxae (also known as the innominate bone) and is completed posteriorly by the sacrum and Coccyx and anteriorly by the pubic symphysis.

Bones of the pelvis

The human skeleton

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