Asked by Austin Reams on Mar 10, 2024



The obturator foramen is found in the ________.

A) skull
B) scapula
C) sacrum
D) hipbone
E) vertebrae

Obturator Foramen

A large opening in the hip bone formed by the pubis and ischium that allows passage for nerves and blood vessels to the legs.

  • Recognize and describe the bones of the human skeleton.
  • Understand the physiological differences in bone structure related to specific body parts (e.g., hands, feet, skull).

Verified Answer

Rowena Dalmani

Mar 10, 2024

Final Answer :
Explanation :
The obturator foramen is a large opening in the hipbone through which nerves and blood vessels pass to the leg.