Pelvis

The pelvis is the structure of the human body that connects the lower limbs to the trunk. It is made up of bones, joints, muscles, and ligaments and provides support and stability for the body.

The pelvis also protects the organs in the pelvic region, such as the bladder and reproductive organs.

The pelvis is made up of four bones: the two hip bones, the sacrum, and the coccyx. The hip bones are attached to the lower limbs at the hip joints, and the sacrum and coccyx are attached to the vertebral column.

The pelvis is stabilized by ligaments and muscles, which attach to the bones of the pelvis and the vertebral column.

The pelvis is a weight-bearing structure, and it helps to transfer the weight of the body from the upper limbs to the lower limbs. It also aids in movement, such as walking, running, and jumping.

The pelvis is involved in many everyday activities, and it is important to keep it healthy and strong.

There are many conditions that can affect the pelvis, such as arthritis, injuries, and birth defects. Treatment for these conditions may include medication, surgery, or physical therapy.