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what two muscles move the thigh and are located anteriorly?

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Sartorius:\textbf{Sartorius:} Originating on the anterior superior iliac spine, this muscle inserts on the medial surface of the tibia. It's innervated by the femoral nerve, and it flexes, abducts, and laterally rotates the thigh. It also flexes the leg at the knee.

quadriceps femoris:\textbf{quadriceps femoris:} quadriceps femoris ( plus other muscles in front of the thigh as articularis genu and tensor fasciae late )

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