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Medial Thigh Muscles

Nerves, Blood supply, Origin, Insertion

QuestionAnswer
Pectineus N 1) Femoral n 2) Accessory obturator n L2,L3
Pectineus BS Medial circumflex femoral a
Pectineus O Pecten pubis and bone between iliopectineal eminence and pubic tubercle
Pectineus I Line from lesser trochanter to linea aspera
Adductor longus N Obturator n L2 - L4
Adductor longus BS Obturator a
Adductor longus O Front of pubis between crest and symphysis
Adductor longus I Aponeurosis into linea aspera in middle 1/3 of femur
Adductor brevis N Obturator n L2,L3
Adductor brevis BS 1) Obturator a 2) Profunda femoris a
Adductor brevis O External aspect of body and inferior pubic ramus
Adductor brevis I Aponeurosis into femur along line from greater trochanter to linea aspera
Adductor magnus N 1) Obturator n 2) Tibial div of sciatic n L2-L4
Adductor magnus BS 1) Anterior - Profunda femoris 2) Posterior - Descending genicular a, 1st & 2nd perforating and popliteal vessels
Adductor magnus O 1) Inferior pubic ramus 2) Conjoined ischial ramus 3) Inferolateral aspect of ischial tuberosity
Adductor magnus I 1) Gluteal tuberosity of femur 2) Aponeurosis into linea aspera and proximal part of medial supracondylar line 3) Adductor tubercle on medial condyle of femur
Gracilis N Obturator n L2,L3
Gracilis BS Obturator a
Gracilis O 1) Aponeurosis from medial margin of lower half of body of pubis 2) Inferior pubic ramus 3) Adjoining part of ischial ramus
Gracilis I Upper part of medial surface of tibia below condyle
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