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Acetabulum
Acetabulum
Nervus ischiadicus
Nervus ischiadicus
Ligamentum iliofemorale
Ligamentum iliofemorale
Ligamentum pubofemorale
Ligamentum pubofemorale
Musculus piriformis
Musculus piriformis
Musculus quadratus femoris
Musculus quadratus femoris
Musculus obturatorius externus
Musculus obturatorius externus
Musculus adductor longus
Musculus adductor longus
Linea pectinea femoris
Linea pectinea femoris
Crista intertrochanterica
Crista intertrochanterica
Tuberositas glutea
Tuberositas glutea
Musculus rectus femoris
Musculus rectus femoris
Musculus sartorius
Musculus sartorius
Musculus gracilis
Musculus gracilis
Musculus semitendinosus
Musculus semitendinosus
Musculus gluteus medius
Musculus gluteus medius
Musculus gluteus minimus
Musculus gluteus minimus
Spina iliaca anterior superior
Spina iliaca anterior superior
Musculus pectineus
Musculus pectineus
Musculus adductor magnus
Musculus adductor magnus
Ligamentum sacrotuberale
Ligamentum sacrotuberale
Fascia thoracolumbalis
Fascia thoracolumbalis
Os sacrum
Os sacrum
Musculus adductor magnus
Musculus adductor magnus
Musculus semimembranosus
Musculus semimembranosus
Musculus biceps femoris
Musculus biceps femoris
Musculus gluteus maximus
Musculus gluteus maximus
Nervus femoralis
Nervus femoralis
Ligamentum sacrospinale
Ligamentum sacrospinale
Ligamentum capitis femoris
Ligamentum capitis femoris
Arteria circumflexa femoris lateralis
Arteria circumflexa femoris lateralis
Arteria circumflexa femoris medialis
Arteria circumflexa femoris medialis
Musculus iliacus
Musculus iliacus
Arteria femoralis
Arteria femoralis
Spina iliaca posterior superior
Spina iliaca posterior superior
Trochanter major
Trochanter major
Musculus obturatorius internus
Musculus obturatorius internus
Musculus adductor brevis
Musculus adductor brevis
Arteria iliaca externa
Arteria iliaca externa
Nervus obturatorius
Nervus obturatorius
Musculus tensor fasciae latae
Musculus tensor fasciae latae
Os ischii
Os ischii
Os pubis
Os pubis
Os ilium
Os ilium
Musculus iliopsoas
Musculus iliopsoas
Disci intervertebrales TXII-LIV
Disci intervertebrales TXII-LIV
Corpus vertebrae TXII-LIV
Corpus vertebrae TXII-LIV
Processus costalis L1-L5
Processus costalis L1-L5
Linea pectinea ossis pubis
Linea pectinea ossis pubis
Nervus gluteus superior
Nervus gluteus superior
Tuber ischiadicum
Tuber ischiadicum
Caput femoris
Caput femoris
Corpus ossis pubis
Corpus ossis pubis
Ramus inferior ossis pubis
Ramus inferior ossis pubis
Vena iliaca externa
Vena iliaca externa
Tractus iliotibialis
Tractus iliotibialis
Sulcus supraacetabularis
Sulcus supraacetabularis
Spina iliaca anterior inferior
Spina iliaca anterior inferior
Musculus gemellus inferior
Musculus gemellus inferior
Musculus gemellus superior
Musculus gemellus superior
Ligamentum ischiofemorale
Ligamentum ischiofemorale
Ligamentum transversum acetabuli
Ligamentum transversum acetabuli
Vena femoralis
Vena femoralis
Corpus femoris
Corpus femoris
Nervus gluteus inferior
Nervus gluteus inferior
Ramus ossis ischii
Ramus ossis ischii
Ramus superior ossis pubis
Ramus superior ossis pubis
Spina ischiadica
Spina ischiadica
Facies pelvica ossis sacri
Facies pelvica ossis sacri
Musculus vastus medialis
Musculus vastus medialis
Pes anserinus
Pes anserinus
Plexus sacralis
Plexus sacralis
Musculus quadriceps femoris
Musculus quadriceps femoris
Musculus psoas major
Musculus psoas major
Musculus psoas minor
Musculus psoas minor
Arteria obturatoria
Arteria obturatoria
Eminentia iliopubica
Eminentia iliopubica
Bursa subtendinea tractus iliotibialis
Bursa subtendinea tractus iliotibialis

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The muscles of the hip and thigh can be grouped into flexors, extensors, abductors, adductors, and internal and external rotator muscles.
Muscles that make up the flexor muscles are;
- the iliopsoas muscle, which is made up of two muscles namely the psoas major muscles and the iliacus muscle
- the sartorius muscle
- the rectus femoris muscle
- the gluteus medius muscle
- and the tensor fascia lata

In the extensor group of muscles are;
- the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius and gluteus minimus muscles.
- the two headed biceps femoris muscle
- and the semimembransus muscle

The muscles which make up the abductors are;
- the gluteus maximus, medius and minimus muscles.
- and the piriformis muscle

The muscles that act to adduct the thigh include;
- the adductor longus and adductor brevis muscles
- the adductor magnus muscle
- the pectineus muscle
- the gracilis muscle
- and the quadratus femoris muscle

The gluteus medius and minimus muscles act as internal rotators, while the obturator internus, obturator externus, superior gemellus, quadratus femoris and piriformis muscles act as external rotators of the hip joint.

The main artery of the thigh is the femoral artery which courses along with the femoral vein and is a continuation of the external iliac artery. The femoral nerve innervates the hip joint anteriorly, the anterior division of the obturator nerve innervates it inferiorly, the sciatic nerve supplies it laterally and it is supplied posteriorly by the superior gluteal nerve and the nerve that runs to quadratus femoris.

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