Obturator Internus muscle

Origin of Obturator Internus

Internal surface of obturator membrane and posterior bony margins of obturator foramen.

Insertion of Obturator Internus

Medial surface of greater trochanter of femur, in common with superior and inferior gemelli.

Muscle Action/Function of Obturator Internus

Rotates the thigh laterally; also helps abduct the thigh when it is flexed.

Arterial (Blood) Supply of Obturator Internus

Internal pudendal and superior and inferior gluteal arteries.
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Obturator Internus Video

Obturator Internus - Muscles of the Hip and Thigh

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