What Are the Adductor Muscles of the Thigh (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

What Are the Adductor Muscles of the Thigh (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Hello, hello, everyone! This is Joao from
Kenhub, and welcome to another tutorial where, this time, I’m going to be talking about another
group of muscles known as the adductors of the thigh. Now, as I mentioned, yes, this
is a group of muscles that you find on your thigh. And right now, I have here an image
showing you the anterior view of your thigh. And I am going to remove right now the anterior
thigh muscles, right now, so you can expose and see the thigh adductors. Now, depending on how you look at these muscles,
you can talk about in terms of functions, which we are right now, because we call them
thigh adductors, but you can also call them hip adductors depending also whether you’re
looking at them working on or producing functions on the hip joint. But you can also talk about
in terms… define this group of muscles in terms of location. And if we were to do so,
we would say that these are medial thigh muscles… Hey guys, as you can see, this video is a
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2 Replies to “What Are the Adductor Muscles of the Thigh (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub”

  1. Great material, really useful as an artist!

    Do you have any plans of ever tackling subject matter such as common fat deposits in the human body, and perhaps how they differ from male to female?

    Is there anything of the sort as a premium member? If so I would find it highly interesting.

  2. Hi everyone! Hope you enjoyed watching this video where we introduce you to the nerves of the orbit! Please let us know what you would like us to cover on the next videos. Are you ready to learn more? Check out our free article on this topic: https://khub.me/ujb3k

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