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Ligaments of Hip Joint (Left)
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Ligaments of Hip Joint (Left)

Ligamenta articulationis coxae

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There are five ligaments of the hip joint, including the iliofemoral, pubofemoral, ischiofemoral, and transverse acetabular ligaments, and the ligaments of the head of the femur. Collectively, they play a vital role in the stability of the hip joint.

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