Medical Definition of Medial vastus muscle

1. Origin, medial lip of linea aspera; insertion, tibial tuberosity by way of common tendon of quadriceps femoris and ligamentum patellae; action, extends leg; nerve supply, femoral. Synonym: musculus vastus medialis, medial great muscle, medial vastus muscle, musculus vastus internus. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Medial Vastus Muscle

medial surface
medial surface of arytenoid cartilage
medial surface of cerebral hemisphere
medial surface of fibula
medial surface of lung
medial surface of ovary
medial surface of testis
medial surface of tibia
medial surface of toes
medial surface of ulna
medial talocalcaneal ligament
medial tarsal artery
medial tubercle of posterior process of talus
medial umbilical fold
medial umbilical ligament
medial vastus muscle (current term)
medial vein of lateral ventricle
medial venule of retina
medial vestibular nucleus
medial wall of middle ear
medial wall of orbit
medial wall of tympanic cavity
medialecithal
medialis
mediallionlike
medially
medially deviated ureter
medials
medialuna
mediamaking

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