quadratus femoris

quadratus fem·o·ris -'fem-ə-rəs n a small flat muscle of the gluteal region that arises from the ischial tuberosity, inserts into the greater trochanter and adjacent region of the femur, and serves to rotate the thigh laterally

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  • musculus quadratus femoris — [TA] origin, upper part of lateral border of tuberosity of ischium; insertion, quadrate tubercle of femur, intertrochanteric crest; innervation, fourth and fifth lumbar and first sacral; action, adducts, rotates thigh laterally …   Medical dictionary

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