Obturator Externus: Obturator Externus is one of the smaller muscles of the medial thigh, and it’s located most superiorly.
Attachments of the Obturator Externus
Origin-It originates from the membrane of the obturator foramen and adjacent bone. It passes under the neck of femur
Insertion- attaching to the posterior aspect of the greater trochanter.
Function of the Obturator Externus
Laterally rotates the thigh.
Nerve Supply of the Obturator Externus
Obturator nerve (L2-L4).