iliacus

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iliacus

(ɪˈlaɪəkəs)
n
a muscle near the ilium which flexes the hip joint
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4-cm enhancing mass in the right retroperitoneal space extending into the right psoas and iliacus muscles, with an enlarged external iliac lymph node (Fig.
The role of the psoas and iliacus muscles for stability and movement of the lumbar spine, pelvis and hip.
The psoas major, psoas minor and the iliacus muscles combine to become the iliopsoas.