Kenhub - Learn Human Anatomy YouTube Channel Analytics and Report

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Kenhub - Learn Human Anatomy
Joined YouTube on: 2011-12-07Area: Germany  Language: English 
Subscribers Live Sub Count
421K  0.5%
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28.43M  0.6%
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2.39K  7.8%
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44,394th  (Top 1%)
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798th  (Top 1%)
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3  (Recent Month)
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$ 368  (Monthly)
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$ 64  (Each Video)
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39.06K Views· 2019-03-03 Published Date· 648 Likes· 18 Comments

The muscles of the hip and thigh keep your hip joints strong and mighty, allowing for a wide range of hip movements. Now that you watched the video, you should be ready to take a quiz here: Oh, are you struggling with learning anatomy? We got the ★ Ultimate Anatomy Study Guide ★ to help you kick some gluteus maximus in any topic. Completely free. Download yours today: In this tutorial, we will be covering the origins, insertions, innervation, blood supply and functions of all the muscles found on the hip and thigh. Those are muscles that are attached mainly to the femur and the hip bones. On the video, the different muscles will split into the different muscle groups where they are usually found. Some schools define the groups by function, but on this tutorial we will define the groups by their location. The hip muscles are going to be slip into hip muscles and gluteal muscles. While the thigh muscles will be slip into the anterior, medial and posterior groups. Want to test your knowledge on the muscles of the hip and thigh? Take this quiz: Read more on the anatomy and functions of the different muscles of the hip and thigh, like the iliopsoas muscle: For more engaging video tutorials, interactive quizzes, articles and an atlas of Human anatomy and histology, go to

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