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- Adductor muscles of the hip, the most common reference in humans, but may also refer to
- Adductor brevis muscle, a muscle in the thigh situated immediately behind the pectineus and adductor longus
- Adductor hallucis muscle,a muscle responsible for adducting the big toe
- Adductor longus muscle, a skeletal muscle located in the thigh
- Adductor magnus on the medial side of the thigh
- Adductor minimus muscle, a small and flat skeletal muscle in the thigh
- Adductor pollicis muscle, a muscle in the hand that functions to adduct the thumb
- Adductor muscle (Bivalvia), a muscle in the interior of a bivalve mollusk which close the valves
- The large foot-to-shell muscle in gastropods such as the abalone and limpet
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