Medial vastus muscle



medial vastus muscle medial vas·tus muscle (vās’təs)
n.
A muscle with origin from the shaft of the femur, with insertion into the tibial tuberosity, with nerve supply from the femoral nerve, and whose action extends the leg. Also called medial great muscle.

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