|Bone: Pubic tubercle|
|Pubic symphysis exposed by a coronal section. (Pubic tubercle labeled at upper left.)|
|Pelvis. Pubic tubercle is 4d.|
|Latin||Tuberculum pubicum ossis pubis|
|Gray's||subject #57 236|
The pubic tubercle (also known as the pubic spine) is a prominent forward-projecting tubercle on the upper border of the medial portion of the superior ramus of the pubis. The inguinal ligament attaches to it.
- SUNY Labs 35:os-0106 - "Anterior Abdominal Wall: Osteology and Surface Anatomy"
- SUNY Labs 44:st-0719 - "The Male Pelvis: Hip Bone"
- Atlas of anatomy at UMich abdo_wall65 - "The Coverings of the Inguinal Canal, External & Internal Oblique & Transversus Abdominis Removed"
- LUC adlg (adductor longus)
- pelvis at The Anatomy Lesson by Wesley Norman (Georgetown University) (pelvissuperior2, pelvislateral, pelvisinside)
- Photo at nysora.com
- Photo of dissection at chula.ac.th
- Article and diagram at studentbmj.com
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