Adductor Tubercle

Adductor Tubercle

The structure indicated is the adductor tubercle of the distal femur.

The adductor tubercle is found distally on the femur and is formed from the termination of the medial supracondylar line. The adductor tubercle serves as the point of attachment for the adductor magnus muscle.

Learn more about the anatomy of the femur in this tutorial.