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Medial Thigh

muscleorigininsertioninnervationaction
Gracilis PA – body and inferior ramus of pubis DA – superior part of medial tibia (pes anserine) obturator adducts thigh, helps flex and internally rotate leg at knee jt
Adductor Magnus (Hamstring portion) ischial tuberosity adductor tubercle tibial portion of sciatic extend thigh
Obturator externus PA – margin of obturator foramen and obturator membrane DA – trochanteric fossa of femur obturator laterally rotates thigh and steadies head in acetabulum
Adductor Magnus (Adductor portion) PA – inferior ramus of pubis, ramus of ischium DA – gluteal tuberosity, linea aspera, medial supracondylar line obturator adduct and flex thigh
Pectineus PA - pectin pubis, superior ramus of pubis DA - pectineal line of femur Femoral adducts and flexes thigh
Adductor Longus PA – body of pubis inferior to pubic crest DA – middle third of linea aspera obturator adduct thigh
Adductor Brevis PA – body and inferior ramus of pubis DA – pectineal line and proximal part of linea aspera obturator adduct and flexes a wee bit
Created by: scptguy19