Psoas and Iliacus Muscles Anatomy - pediagenosis
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Psoas and Iliacus Muscles Anatomy

Psoas and Iliacus Muscles Anatomy
Subcostal nerve, Transversus abdominis muscle (cut), Iliohypogastric nerve, Ilioinguinal nerve, Psoas minor muscle, Psoas major muscle, Genitofemoral nerve, Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, Iliacus muscle, Femoral nerve, Obturator nerve, Superior and inferior pubic rami, Greater trochanter of femur, Iliacus and psoas major muscles pass backward to insert on lesser trochanter (iliopsoas muscle), Abductors (gluteus medius and minimus muscles)

Note: Arrows indicate direction of action of muscles (iliacus/psoas major superiorly, iliopsoas inferiorly).
Adductors, Lumbar plexus (L1–4), Lumbosacral trunk (L4, 5), Iliac crest, Anterior superior iliac spine, Iliofemoral ligament of hip joint (Y ligament of Bigelow) Iliopectineal bursa 12th rib, T12, L1, L2, L3, L4, L5, Origin of psoas major muscle from vertebral bodies, transverse processes, and intervertebral discs (T12–L4) and origin of psoas minor muscle from vertebral bodies (T12, L1).
Psoas and Iliacus Muscles Anatomy

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