Obturator internus muscle

The obturator internus is a triangular-shaped muscle located deep within the pelvis. It stretches between the hip bone and femur. The obturator internus is located inferior to the gluteal muscles, and it provides lateral (external) rotation of the thigh. Together with the superior gemellus and inferior gemellus muscles, it forms a muscle complex known as the triceps coxae muscles.

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