Author(s): D. A. V. S. Sesi1
Sartorius is the longest muscle in the body. The location and the length, vascular supply, along with innervations makes the muscle unique in its plastic surgical procedures. Variations in the origin and insertion of this muscle impact surgical applications and phylogenetic interests. Here a rare variety of variation in the origin of Sartorius muscle apart from its normal origin below anterior superior iliac spine a separate head originated from the lateral one fifth of the inguinal ligament is described.