tensor muscle of fascia lata
tensor fasciae latae muscle musculus tensor fasciae latae.

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  • Tensor fasciae latae — Muscle infobox Name = Tensor fasciae latae Latin = musculus tensor fasciae latae GraySubject = 128 GrayPage = 476 | Caption = The tensor fasciae latae and nearby muscles Caption2 = The left femoral triangle. Origin = iliac crest Insertion =… …   Wikipedia

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  • tensor fasciae latae — tensor fas·ci·ae la·tae fash ē ē lā tē or tensor fas·cia la·ta fash ē ə lā tə n a muscle that arises esp. from the anterior part of the iliac crest and from the anterior superior iliac spine, is inserted into the iliotibial band of the fascia… …   Medical dictionary

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