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Femoral Head – Spot Test

The muscle which inserts into the structure labelled A:
a. is an abductor of the hip joint.
b. is supplied by the inferior gluteal nerve.
c. arises from the gluteal surface of the ilium between the anterior and posterior gluteal lines.
d. has the majority of its fibres insert into the iliotibial tract.

Type X (true/false) spot test! Post answers and comments below.

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18/02/2020

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