Spondylolisthetic pelvis



spondylolisthetic pelvis n.
A pelvis whose brim is occluded to a greater or lesser degree by a forward dislocation of the body of the lower lumbar vertebra. Also called Prague pelvis, Rokitansky’s pelvis.

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