The joints of pelvic girdle, in anatomy, are the joints that unite the sacrum and the two hip bones, forming the pelvic girdle. These joints include the syndesmoses (the immovable joints) and the synovial joints. They are as follows:
Synonyms: juncturae cinguli pelvici, articulationes cinguli membri inferioris, joints of inferior limb girdle.
- Bindal, V. (2018). Textbook of kinesiology. New Delhi, India: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishing (P) Ltd.
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