Either of two muscles covering the outer front part of the pelvis on each side and involved in movements of the thigh and hip
An opening between the upper border of the obturator membrane and the rim of the obturator foramen, forming a passage for the obturator artery, vein, and nerve.
A branch of the lumbar plexus that supplies the muscles and skin of the inner thigh.
A tributary of the internal iliac vein that accompanies the obturator artery.
A branch of the internal iliac artery, supplying the obturator externus and muscles of the inner thigh.
A flat, fan-shaped muscle that covers the external surface of the obturator foramen, and serves to rotate the thigh laterally.
A flat, fan-shaped muscle that covers the internal surface of the obturator foramen, and serves to rotate the thigh laterally.
A sheet of fibrous tissue that occupies most of the obturator foramen.
The obturator externus or obturator internus.
A large opening in the hip bone between the pubis and the ischium