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Posterior Thigh Muscles

Summary Information: Posterior Thigh Muscles

Posterior Thigh Muscles: The posterior thigh muscles are a group of muscles that make up the posterior section or back of the thigh. Commonly known as the hamstrings, the posterior thigh muscles include the biceps femoris, semimembranosus, semitendinosus and popliteus.

Conditions that can afflict the posterior thigh muscles include strains, cancer, myopathy, atrophy, infectious myositis, paralysis, tears, neuromuscular diseases, lacerations and contusions.

Closely Related Organs: Posterior Thigh Muscles

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Posterior Thigh Muscles

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Other Names: Posterior Thigh Muscles

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Sub Parts: Posterior Thigh Muscles

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Posterior Thigh Muscles

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