Adductor tubercle

Last revised by Hamish Smith on 02 Aug 2021

The adductor tubercle is a bony protuberance on the medial condyle of the femur and is located superior to the medial epicondyle. It demarcates the inferior most aspect of the medial supracondylar line. The adductor tubercle is the point of insertion for the adductor minimus and the hamstrings part of the adductor magnus.

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