The hip joint is formed by _____ bone features.
(a) pubic symphysis and lesser trochanter
(b) femoral head and acetabulum
(c) greater trochanter and acetabulum
(d) femoral head and ischial tuberosity.
Joints are formed by the articulation of two or more bones. Not all joints are created equal, as some will have greater mobility and range of motion than others.
Answer and Explanation: 1
The hip joint is formed by (b) femoral head and acetabulum bone features. The femoral head of the femur will fit into the acetabulum, which is a...
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