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Lesser Pelvis

Summary Information: Lesser Pelvis

Lesser Pelvis: The lesser pelvis is the lower or inferior portion of the pelvis or pelvic area that is located below the pelvic brim. The lesser pelvis contains the cavity of the lesser pelvis. The lesser pelvis is involved in many functions of the body, including reproduction, digestion, and muscular skeletal movements. Conditions that can afflict the lesser pelvis include arthritis, infection, osteomyelitis, cancer, sexually transmitted diseases, trauma, inflammation and fracture.

Closely Related Organs: Lesser Pelvis

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Lesser Pelvis

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Other Names: Lesser Pelvis

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Sub Parts: Lesser Pelvis

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Lesser Pelvis

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Lesser Pelvis: Related Topics

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