adductor hiatus


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ad·duc·tor hi·a·tus

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the aperture in the aponeurotic insertion of the adductor magnus that transmits the femoral artery and vein from the adductor canal to the popliteal space.

adductor hiatus

the opening in the tendon of insertion of the adductor magnus through which the femoral artery and vein pass into the popliteal space.