Axon - Structure and Functions
Adductor Brevis Muscle
Adductor Brevis Muscle (Musculus adductor brevis)
Attachments of Adductor Brevis: Origin and Insertion
Origin (proximal attachment)
a. Lateral (outer) surface of inferior ramus of pubis.
Insertion (distal attachment)
a. Proximal portion of linea aspera.
Actions of Adductor Brevis on the thigh (femur):
a. Adducts the thigh at the hip.
b. Flexes thigh at hip. (References suggest it may also laterally or medially rotate the thigh).
Nerve to muscle and its spinal segment:
Obturator nerve (L3-L4).