Groin Anatomy

Anatomy of the Groin
The region where the abdomen meets the thigh is known as the groin or inguinal region. There are three major muscles that help make up this groin region, which are known as the adductor muscles.  These muscles run along the inside of the thigh and assist with process of hip adduction.

Related Injuries
- Groin Strain

Referenced Material
Anatomica’s Body Atlas. (2002). San Diego, CA: Thunder Bay Press (pg. 151)