See also: Acetabulum
1. Acetabulum A deep semispherical socket cavity in the lateral surface of the hip, with which the femoral head articulates, located at the convergence of the ilium, ischium, and pubis. The Acetabulum is functionally comprised of two columns (anterior and …
2. The socket is formed by the Acetabulum, which is part of the pelvis
3. The Acetabulum is the "socket" of the "ball-and-socket" hip joint. In a healthy hip, the ball fits securely inside the socket …
4. Acetabular dysplasia, or hip dysplasia, is a disorder that occurs when the Acetabulum (hip socket) is shallow and doesn’t provide sufficient coverage of the femoral head (ball), causing instability of the hip joint
5. Acetabulum fractures can involve one or more of the two columns, two walls or roof within the pelvis; Epidemiology
6. If the front rim of the socket (called the Acetabulum) sticks out too far, the area of the thigh bone (femur) just below the ball, called the neck of the femur, may bump into the rim of the socket
7. The labrum is a band of tough cartilage and connective tissue that lines the rim of the hip socket, or Acetabulum
8. The Acetabulum is the deep, cup-shaped structure that encloses the head of the femur at the hip joint (Fig
9. 9.4). It is interesting to note that the Acetabulum is formed by a combination of all three bones of the pelvis: the ilium, pubis, and ischium
10. The lunate surface is the horseshoe-shaped articular superior surface of the Acetabulum.
11. The Acetabulum is the socket of the ball-and-socket hip joint
12. The top of the thigh bone (femur) forms the ball, and the socket (Acetabulum) is part of the pelvic bone
13. Acetabulum definition is - a ventral sucker of a trematode
14. Recent Examples on the Web The head of the femur becomes abnormally shaped and no longer fits seamlessly in the Acetabulum, or socket, putting the hip at risk of future injury
15. Published studies of the human hip make frequent reference to the normal pelvis and Acetabulum
16. However, other than qualitative descriptions we found no clinically applicable published references describing a normal pelvis and Acetabulum; such information is important for designing certain kinds of implants (eg, reconstruction cages).
17. …a triangular suture in the Acetabulum, the cup-shaped socket that forms the hip joint with the head of the femur (thighbone)
18. The Acetabulum (plural: acetabula) is the large cup-shaped cavity on the anterolateral aspect of the pelvis that articulates with the femoral head to form the hip joint.
19. All three bones of the pelvis (the ilium, ischium, and pubis) together form the Acetabulum.The three bones are initially separated by a Y-shaped triradiate cartilage that begins to fuse after puberty.
20. The Acetabulum is a cup like socket formed by the connection of the three bones that make up our hip
21. The socket part is lined with smooth cartilage and is called the Acetabulum, which is part of the pelvis
22. The Acetabulum is a rounded depression in the hip bone
23. Together, the Acetabulum and the head of the femur form what is known as the hip joint
24. The Acetabulum is also lined with a unique structure called the labrum which is a piece of fibrocartilage that forms a cup-like ring within the joint
25. A semicircular plastic liner is placed in that part of the pelvis known as the Acetabulum.
26. All transverse fractures divide the Acetabulum horizontally into superior and inferior components and appear as sagittal fractures on an axial CT image of the acetabular tectum
27. Acetabulum synonyms, Acetabulum pronunciation, Acetabulum translation, English dictionary definition of Acetabulum
28. “Imaging of the Acetabulum in the era of multidetector computed tomography.” Emerg Radiol 14 (5):271–287
29. (2005) “Operative treatment of displaced fractures of the Acetabulum: a meta-analysis.
30. The Acetabulum can fracture through the acetabular physis in immature cats
31. In kittens younger than 12 weeks, there is a possibility of premature fusion of the acetabular bone, resulting in development of a deformed, shallow Acetabulum and hip subluxation
32. What does Acetabulum mean? The cup-shaped cavity at the base of the hipbone into which the ball-shaped head of the fe
33. Acetabulum [ as″ĕ-tab´u-lum] (pl
34. Acetabulum, showing the cup-shaped cavity (A), and its articulation with the femur (B).
35. Both the Acetabulum and the rounded femur head are lined with articular cartilage
36. The Kocher-Langenbeck approach is an approach to the posterior structures of the Acetabulum
37. The dorsocranial articular Acetabulum is also accessible either through the fracture gap or after a capsulotomy.
38. During a PAO, the Acetabulum is repositioned to cover more of the femoral head in order to improve the stability of the hip joint.
39. Acetabulum, a little saucer for vinegar (acetum)] The cavity or depression on the lateral surface of the innominate bone (hip bone)
40. ‘The Acetabulum contains the socket portion of the hip joint and must be reshaped to restore its original center.’ ‘Bone loss can occur around both the Acetabulum and femur.’ ‘The hip is a synovial, ball-and-socket joint formed by the head of the femur and Acetabulum of the coxal bone.’
41. Total hip replacement- Operative procedure which removes femoral head, neck and damaged cartilage in Acetabulum
42. This procedure is offered when the femoro-acetabular impingement has led to extensive cartilage damage on femoral head (ball) and Acetabulum (pelvis).
43. The plural form of Acetabulum is acetabula or Acetabulums
44. The surgeon’s concept of the Acetabulum must not be limited to the socket but should take into consideration the bony masses that limit and support the Acetabulum
45. Transverse fractures divide the Acetabulum into top and bottom halves, as seen on the lateral view of the Acetabulum
46. Fractures of the Acetabulum occur as a result of the force exerted through the head of the femur to the Acetabulum
47. The femoral head acts like a hammer and is the last link in the chain of forces transmitted from the greater trochanter, knee, or foot to the Acetabulum.
48. The posterior column is characterized by the dense bone at the greater sciatic notch and follows the dotted line distally through the center of the Acetabulum, the obturator foramen, and the inferior pubic ramus
The word acetabulum literally means "little vinegar cup". It was the Latin word for a small vessel for serving vinegar. Sep 10 2019
Definition of acetabulum 1 : a ventral sucker of a trematode 2 : the cup-shaped socket in the hip bone 1 : the cup-shaped socket in the hip bone 2 : a sucker of an invertebrate (as a trematode or leech)
acetabulum / (ˌæsɪˈtæbjʊləm) / noun plural -la (-lə) the deep cuplike cavity on the side of the hipbone that receives the head of the thighbone
The acetabular labrum is a cartilaginous ring encircling the opening of the acetabulum, the socket-like cavity in the pelvis into which the head of the femur bone inserts to form the acetabulofemoral or hip joint. Also known as the glenoid labrum of the hip joint, it the ligament that holds these two bony surfaces together.