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Adductor Magnus

Adductor Magnus is a big composite muscle having 2 parts: adductor and hamstring.

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Sartorius
rectus femoris
vastus lateralis
iliacus
psoas major
pectineus
adductor magnus
adductor longus
Pectineus
iliotibial tract
tensor fascia lata
gluteus minimus
semimembranosus
vastus lateralis
Gracilis
cremaster
Femur
Adductor Brevis

Highlight
Sartorius
rectus femoris
vastus lateralis
iliacus
psoas major
pectineus
adductor magnus
adductor longus
Pectineus

Highlight
iliotibial tract
tensor fascia lata
gluteus minimus
semimembranosus
vastus lateralis
Gracilis
cremaster
Femur
Adductor Brevis

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Origin

It appears from:

Insertion

  • The fibres of adductor part pass obliquely downward, backward, and laterally to be added in linear style into the medial margin of gluteal tuberosity, medial lip of linea aspera, and upper part of medial supracondylar line up to the adductor hiatus.
  • The fibres of the hamstring part pass vertically downward to be added into the adductor tubercle by a rounded tendon, which sends a fibrous growth to the lower part of medial supracondylar line below the hiatus.
Related:   The Third Metatarsal

Nerve Supply

It’s supplied by:

Actions

1. Adduction and medial rotation of the thigh in the hip joint.

2. Hamstring part is a feeble extensor of the thigh in the hip joint.

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By | 2018-02-01T10:59:16+00:00 July 24th, 2017|Anatomy, Lower Limb, Muscles|0 Comments