The smallest of the three parts of the pelvic girdle. It has two surfaces, three borders, and three angles. The pubis may be regarded as consisting of as body (Corpus ossis pubis) and two branches, the acetabular branch (Ramus acetabularis) and the symphyseal branch (Ramus symphyseous).
Joins the illium and ishium at the acetabular angle and at that point articulates with the femur
Forms the anterior part of the pelvic floor