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Pelvis Ligaments

Summary Information: Pelvis Ligaments

Pelvis Ligaments: The pelvis ligaments are a group of ligaments located in the pelvis. The pelvis ligaments consist of connective tissue that attaches bone to bone and binds, protects, and stabilizes the pelvis and some organs of the pelvic region.

The pelvis ligaments include the anterior sacroiliac ligament, sacrospinous ligament, inferior pubic ligament, superior pubic ligament, posterior sacroiliac ligament, sacrotuberous ligament, and the suspensory ligament of the penis. Conditions that can afflict the pelvis ligaments include pregnancy, weak ligaments, loose ligaments, trauma, sprains, and ligament tears.

Closely Related Organs: Pelvis Ligaments

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Pelvis Ligaments

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Other Names: Pelvis Ligaments

The following are other names for the organ: Pelvis Ligaments:

  • Pelvic ligaments

Sub Parts: Pelvis Ligaments

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Pelvis Ligaments

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