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1

What movements can be carried out at the Hip Joint?

1. Flexion
2. Extension
3. Abduction
4. Adduction
5. Lateral Rotation
6. Medial Rotation
7. Circumduction

2

What are the main Adductor Muscles of the Hip Joint?

1. Adductor Longus Muscle
2. Adductor Brevis Muscle
3. Adductor Magnus Muscle
4. Pectineus Muscle
5. Gracilis Muscle

3

How is the Adductor Longus Muscle described?

A Large, Flat Muscle

4

Where does the Adductor Longus Muscle originate from?

The Pubis

5

What happens to the Adductor Longus Muscle as it travels?

It fans out

6

Where does the Adductor Longus Muscle attach distally?

Broadly to the Linea Aspera of the Femur

7

What does the Adductor Longus Muscle partially cover?

1. Adductor Brevis Muscle
2. Adductor Magnus Muscle

8

What does the Adductor Longus Muscle form?

The Medial Border of the Femoral Triangle

9

What is the function of the Adductor Longus Muscle?

1. Adduction of the Thigh
2. Medial Rotation of the Thigh

10

What is the innervation of the Adductor Longus Muscle?

The Obturator Nerve (L2-L4)

11

Where is the Adductor Brevis Muscle located?

It is a short muscle, lying underneath the Adductor Longus Muscle

12

Where does the Adductor Brevis Muscle originate from?

1. Body of the Pubis
2. Inferior Pubic Rami

13

Where does the Adductor Brevis Muscle attach distally?

Linea Aspera, on the Posterior Surface, of the Femur

14

Where does the Adductor Brevis Muscle attach to the Linea Aspera, in relation to the Adductor Longus Muscle?

Proximally

15

1. What does the Adductor Brevis Muscle lie between?
2. What is the significance of this?

1. a) Anterior Division of the Obturator Nerve
1. b) Posterior Division of the Obturator Nerve
2. It can be used as an Anatomical Landmark to identify the branches labelled above

16

What is the innervation of the Adductor Brevis Muscle?

The Obturator Nerve (L2-L4)

17

How is the Adductor Magnus Muscle described?

The largest Muscle in the Medial Compartment of the Thigh

18

Where does the Adductor Magnus Muscle lie, in relation to the other Muscles of the Medial Compartment of the Thigh?

Posteriorly

19

How many functional groups are there, of the Adductor Magnus Muscle?

2

20

What are the functional groups of the Adductor Magnus Muscle?

1. Adductor part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle
2. Hamstring part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle

21

Where does the Adductor part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle originate from?

1. Inferior Rami of the Pubis
2. Rami of the Ischium

22

Where does the Adductor part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle attach distally?

Linea Aspera of the Femur

23

Where does the Hamstring part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle originate from?

Ischial Tuberosity

24

Where does the Hamstring part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle attach distally?

1. Adductor Tubercle of the Femur
2. Medial Supracondylar Line of the Femur

25

What is the function of the Adductor part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle?

1. Adduction of the Thigh
2. Flexion of the Thigh

26

What is the function of the Hamstring part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle?

1. Adduction of the Thigh
2. Extension of the Thigh

27

What is the innervation of the Adductor part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle?

The Obturator Nerve (L2-L4)

28

What is the innervation of the Hamstring part of the Adductor Magnus Muscle?

The Tibial Nerve (L4-S3)

29

Where is the Pectineus Muscle located, and what does this form?

Base of the Femoral Triangle

30

Where does the Pectineus Muscle originate from?

Pectineal Line of the Anterior Surface of the Pelvis