Talk:List of adductors of the human body

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What is the motion being described?[edit]

Which, if any, of the following claims is this article trying to make?

  • "...towards the midline of the body."
  • "...from the midline of the body."
  • "...towards or from the midline of the body. (i.e., depending upon species)"
  • "...towards and from the midline of the body. (i.e., in all species, or in the species under discussion here)"

I know nothing of physiology, so I can't answer.

Jeff Medkeff 00:55, Jan 25, 2005 (UTC)

wouldnt abduction and adduction be in the frontal/coronal plane?

add latin routes of ad and ab[edit]

see title —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 02:22, 14 April 2008 (UTC)