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muscle origin etc.

Adductor Brevis O; Pubis, I; Pectineal line and proximal linea aspera, A; hip add.
Adductor Magnus O; Ischium and pubis, I; entire linea aspera & adductor tubercle, A; hip add.
Deep rotator O; posterior sacrum, ischium, pubis, I; greater trochanter area, A; hip lat. rot.
Gluteus minimus O; lateral ilium, I; anterior surface of greater trochanter, A; hip add.
Guteus medius O; outer surface of the ileum, I; lateral surface of the greater trochanter, A; hip abduction
Gluteus maximus O; posterior sacrum & ilium, I; posterior femur distal to greater trochanter & to iliotibial band, A; hip ext.
Iliopsoas O; Iliac fossa, anterior & lateral surfaces of T12  L5, I; lesser trochanter, A; hip flex
Sartorius O; Anterior superior iliac spine, I; proximal medial aspect of tibia, A; comb. Hip flax, abd, lat. Rot. & knee flex.
Semitendinosis O; ischial tuberosity, I; anteromedial surface of proximal tibia, A; hip extension
Semimembanosis O; ischial tuberosity, I; Posterior surface of medial condyle of tibia, A; hip ext.
Pectineus O;pectineal line of pubis (superior ramus of pubis, I; pectineal line of femur, A; hip flex. and add.
Rectus femoris O; anterior inferior iliac spine, I; tibial tuberosity, A; hip flex & knee ext.
Adductor longus O; pubis, I; middle third of linea aspera, A; hip add.
Biceps femoris O; long head-ischeal tuberosity, short head- lateral lip of linea aspera, I; fibular head, A; hip ext.
Gracilis O;pubis, I; anterior medial surface of proximal end of tibia, A; hip add.
Tensor fascia latae O; anterior superior iliac spine, I; lateral condyle of tibia, A; comb hip flex & abd.
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