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Now let’s review what we’ve seen of the bones of the abdominal region.

Here’s the costal margin, here are the lumbar vertebrae. Here’s the ilium; the body of the ilium. the wing of the ilium, the iliac fossa, the iliac crest, the anterior superior iliac spine. Here's the pubis, with the superior pubic ramus, the body of the pubis, the ischio-pubic ramus, the pubic crest, the pubic tubercle, the pecten, and the pubic symphysis.

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