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Anatomy LE

Anatomy LE

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Published by John Cereno

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Published by: John Cereno on Feb 15, 2012
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Origin of Adductor BrevisAnterior Surface of Inferior Pubic Ramus Inferior to Origin of Adductor LongusInsertion of Adductor BrevisPectineal Line and Superior part of medial lip of linea asperaAction of Adductor BrevisAdducts and Flexes thigh, helps laterally rotate thighInnervation of Adductor BrevisAnterior or Posterior division of Obturator Nerve (L4, L2, L3)
Blood Supply of Adductor BrevisObturator Artery and Medial Circumflex Femoral ArteryOrigin of Adductor LongusMiddle surface of body of pubis just lateral to pubic symphysisInsertion of Adductor LongusMiddle third of linea aspera between more medial Adductor Magnus and Brevis insertions and the more lateral origin of theVastus MedialisAction of Adductor LongusAdducts and Flexes thigh helps to laterally rotate the hip joint
Innervation of Adductor LongusAnterior Division of Obturator Nerve L2,3,4Blood Supply of Adductor LongusObturator Artery and Medial Circumflex Femoral ArteryOrigin of Adductor MagnusInferior pubic ramus Ischial ramus and inferolateral area of Ischial TuberosityInsertion of Adductor MagnusGluteal tuberosity of Femur medial lip of Linea aspera, Medialsupracondylar ridge, Adductor Tubercle

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