The ilium and ischium do not as in Carinatae unite posteriorly, and enclose a foramen except in very old Rheas and Emeus.
Meanwhile Mindarus, while sacrificing to Athena at ilium, had observed the battle.
Flat bones, such as the skull or ilium, must be trephined and the pus cleared out from both aspects of the bone.
No more are we a Trojan people; ilium and the great glory of the Teucrians is no more.
The former is one of the amphiarthroses or half-joints by which the sacrum is bound to the ilium.
Phaetho was driven by the wind from ilium to Macedonia, and met me at Pella.
It is characterised by the bone named the ilium being uniformly directed forward.
Some words are lost referring to grants to the people of ilium.
In fractures of the angle of the ilium and the ischial tuberosity, perceptible evidence always exists.
He is said to have been the founder of ilium, from whom the city had its name.
ilium il·i·um (ĭl'ē-əm)
n. pl. il·i·a (-ē-ə)
The uppermost and widest of the three bones constituting either of the lateral halves of the pelvis. Also called iliac bone.
The uppermost and widest of the three bones that fuse together to form each of the hipbones. See more at skeleton.