Male Pelvis

The male pelvis is considered the spine base and hip point socket. It has a short and narrow shape. The bone of the male pelvis is very heavy and thick, as it has to support the men’s body build and heavy muscles. This pelvis is divided into three bones: hip bones, coccyx, and sacrum. The sacrum bone of the pelvis is narrow, long, and straight in size. The pelvic inlet of men is heart-shaped. And the pubic arch is V-shaped, with an angle of less than 90°. The coccyx of the male pelvis is immovable and located inwards, with less curved from the anterior side.

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