Adductor tubercle of femur

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Adductor tubercle
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Deep muscles of the medial femoral region (adductor tubercle labeled at bottom right)
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Front of right thigh, showing surface markings for bones, femoral artery and nerve (adductor tubercle labeled at bottom right)
Details
Latin Tuberculum adductorium femoris
Identifiers
Gray's p.246
Dorlands
/Elsevier
t_21/12828721
TA A02.5.04.023
FMA FMA:32870
Anatomical terms of bone

The adductor tubercle is a tubercle on the Lower extremity of the femur (thigh bone).

The medial lip of the linea aspera ends below at the summit of the medial condyle, in a small tubercle, the adductor tubercle, which affords insertion to the tendon of the vertical fibers of adductor magnus.

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This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.

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