Osmosis: Medial compartment of the thigh (deep muscles). (2020, October 24). Retrieved from (https://www.osmosis.org/learn/Medial_compartment_of_the_thigh_(deep_muscles)).
Summary of Medial compartment of the thigh (deep muscles)
The adductor magnus is a large triangular muscle, situated on the medial side of the thigh.
In human anatomy, the adductor minimus (adductor femoris minimus or adductor quartus) is a small and flat skeletal muscle in the thigh which constitutes the upper, lateral part of the adductor magnus muscle.
The obturator externus muscle is a flat, triangular muscle, which covers the outer surface of the anterior wall of the pelvis.
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