musculus adductor longus

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Related to adductor longus: Gracilis, adductor magnus, adductor brevis
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Noun1.musculus adductor longus - the long adductor muscle of the thigh
adductor, adductor muscle - a muscle that draws a body part toward the median line
thigh - the part of the leg between the hip and the knee
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Cunningham and colleagues have suggested previously that an accessory cleft between the inferior pubic ramus and the adductor longus tendon attachment reflects adductor avulsion at this site, which leads to adductor dysfunction and groin pain.
The adductor group (adductor magnus, adductor longus, adductor brevis, pectineus, and gracilis) is located on the medial thigh and is responsible for adducting and medially rotating the thigh.
The hip adductor muscles are generally considered to include the pectinius, adductor brevis, adductor longus, adductor magnus and the gracilis.
Incisions were made along the origin of the adductor longus, adductor brevis, sartorius, and rectus femoris muscles to expose the underlying muscular nerve branches.
Mean fatty infiltration scores were 3.1 and 3.0 in adductor magnus and gluteus maximus, while the scores were 1.3, 1.3, and 1.5 in gracilis, adductor longus, and sartorius, respectively.
During palpation, tenderness was localized to the right adductor longus. Lower limb neurological and peripheral vascular examinations were within normal limits.
All Blacks team doctor Deb Robinson said a scan showed 29-year-old Carter to have torn the adductor longus tendon in his left groin.
(17,19,21,41) The adductor longus is the most commonly involved structure in groin injuries in sport.
Needle electrodes are placed at the external anal sphincter, the gluteus medius and maximus, the adductor longus, the tibialis, and the gastrocnemius muscles.
Medial Portals: The AMP was placed one centimeter from the origin of the adductor longus muscle tendon in the pubic body, located anterior and superior to the muscle.
The Axial T2 MRI, located at the level of the inferior body of the pubis at the adductor longus tendons, demonstrated an intense bright marrow signal within the body of the pubis bilaterally (Figure 1).