iliacus

<anatomy, muscle> Origin, iliac fossa; insertion, tendon of psoas, anterior surface of lesser trochanter, and capsule of hip joint; action, flexes thigh and rotates it medially; nerve supply, lumbar plexus. ... Synonym: musculus iliacus, iliac muscle. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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iliacus

(muscle) Type: Term Definitions: 1. origin, iliac fossa; insertion, via a common tendon with psoas major into anterior surface of lesser trochanter of the femur, and capsule of hip joint; action, flexes thigh and rotates it medially; nerve supply, lumbar plexus. Synonyms: musculus iliacus, iliac muscle &...
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Iliacus

The Iliacus is a muscle in the human thigh.
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iliacus

Type: Term Pronunciation: il-ī′ă-kŭs See: iliacus (muscle)
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