Lateral view of the right hip bone
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In contrast to the thick and smooth surrounding lunate surface, the pelvis' articulation with the head of the femur, the acetabular fossa is rough and thin, often transparent, and continuous with the acetabular notch below.
- Tank, Patrick W. (2001). "Bones and Joints of the Pelvis and Perineum - Self Study". University of Arkansas.
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