Pelvic girdle


 Pelvic girdle


         The pelvic girdle is made because of meeting right and left bones of hip and sacrum. It is called innominate bone too.

        Hip bone or innominate bone is the biggest flat and irregular bone in the body. In the childhood, three different bones make this bone by meeting altogether and there is cartilage in these bones. These three parts meet altogether completely in the young age and a new bone originates which is called innominate bone. These parts are illium, ischium and pubis. These three parts make a special kind of formation by meeting altogether and pit like a bowl appears on the surface of its outer surface which is called acetabulum and the round head of femur is fitted in this acetabulum whereby the hip joint originates.