What are the points for the articulation

Question:

What are the points for the articulation of Pelvic and Pectoral girdles?

Solution:

The pectoral girdle has two bones called the clavicle and scapula which is articulated by a cavity called glenoid cavity with the head of the humerus by forming a ball and socket joint.

The pelvic girdle has three bones Ilium, Ischium, and Pubis which is articulated by a cavity called the acetabulum with the femur by forming a ball and socket joint.

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