adductor longus muscle

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ad·duc·tor lon·gus mus·cle

(ă-dŭk'tŏr long'gus mŭs'ĕl)
Origin, symphysis and crest of pubis; insertion, middle third of medial lip of linea aspera; action, adducts thigh; nerve supply, obturator.
Synonym(s): musculus adductor longus [TA] , long adductor muscle.
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adductor longus muscle

Hip and thigh muscle. Origin: front of pubis (below crest). Insertion: linea aspera of femur. Nerve: obturator (L2-L4). Action: adducts, flexes, and rotates thigh medially.
See: leg for illus. (Muscles of the leg)
See also: muscle
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Musculus adductor longus ausente, omosternum presente.
14), rostro proyectado en perfil lateral, borde interno de los parpados fuertemente delineado con tuberculos y musculus adductor longus ausente.

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