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O:Lower ligamentum nuche, SP of upper thoracic (T1-3); I: Mastoid Process and adjacent occipital bone Splenius Capitis; A.) Acting alone, laterally bend and rotate neck (turning face to same side) Acting with Splenius Cervicis, draws head back
O: SP of upper thoracic (T3-T6); I: TP of upper cervical (C1-C3) Splenius Cervicis; A.) Acting alone, laterally bend and rotate neck (turning face to same side) Acting with Splenius Capitis, draws head back
O: Iliac Crest, sacrum, thoracolumbar fascia; I: Angles of lower ribs Iliocostalis Lumborum; A.) Muscles acting bilaterally extend column & muscles acting on one side bend column laterally.
O: Lower ribs; I: Angles of the upper ribs and TP of C7 Iliocostalis Thoracis, A.) Muscles acting bilaterally extend column & muscles acting on one side bend column laterally.
O: upper ribs; I: TP of mid-cervicals (C4-C6) Iliocostalis Cervicis; A.) Muscles acting bilaterally extend column & muscles acting on one side bend column laterally.
O: Sacrum, iliac crest, thoracolumbar fascia; I: lower 10 ribs and TP of lumbar and thoracic vertebrae Longissimus Thoracis; A.) Muscles acting bilaterally extend column & muscles acting on one side bend column laterally.
O: TP upper thoracic vertebrae; I: TP of cervical vertebrae (up to C2; not including C1) Longissimus Cervicis; A.) Muscles acting bilaterally extend column & muscles acting on one side bend column laterally.
O: TP upper thoracic, articular processes of lower cervical vertebrae' I: Mastoid Process Longissimus Capitis; A:)Extends head and turns face to the same side. Muscles acting bilaterally extend column & muscles acting on one side bend column laterally.
O: SP lower thoracic vertebrae; I: SP upper thoracic vertebrae Spinalis Thoracis. A.) Muscles acting bilaterally extend column & muscles acting on one side bend column laterally.
Often only scant fibers Spinalis Cervicis
Now considered part of the semispinalis capitis Spinalis Capitis
O: TP; I: SP of vertebrae ONE segment above origin Short Rotators; A. Extend column and rotate to the opposite side
O: TP; I: SP of vertebrae TWO segments above origin Long Rotators; A. Extend column and rotate to the opposite side
O: TP; I: SP of vertebrae TWO to FIVE segments above origin; Multifidus; A. Extend column and rotate to the opposite side
O: TP; I: SP of vertebrae 6 OR MORE segments above origin; SP of Upper thoracic vertebrae T1-4 Semispinalis Thoracis; A.) Extend column and rotate to the opposite side
O: TP; I: SP of vertebrae 6 OR MORE segments above origin; SP of cervical vertebrae up to C2 Semispinalis Cervicis; A.) Extend column and rotate to the opposite side
O: TP; I: SP of vertebrae 6 OR MORE segments above origin; occipital bone Semispinalis Capitis; A.) Extend column and rotate to the opposite side
O: SP; I: SP, best developed in cervical region, absent in thoracic region Interspinalis; A.) extend the vertebral column
O: TP; I: TP, best developed in cervical region, absent in most of thoracic area Intertransversarii; A.) extend column and bend toward the same side
O: SP of C2; I: Occipital bone, inferior to inferior nuchal line Rectus Capitis Posterior Major, A.) Extend and rotate head to the same side
O: Posterior tubercle of C1; I: Occipital bone, immediately medial to rectis capitis posterior major Rectis Capitis Posterior Minor, A.) Extend and rotate head to the same side
O: SP C2; I: TP C1 Oliquus Capitis Inferior, A.) Extend and rotate head to the same side
O: TP C1; I: occipital bone, near inferior nuchal line Obliquus Capitis Superior, A.) Extend and rotate head to the same side
The Suboccipital Triangle is bounded by which muscles? Obliquus Capitis Superior, Obliquus Capitis Inferior, Rectus Capitis Posterior Major
What are the structures within the suboccipital triangle? Suboccipital nerve & Vertebral Artery
Created by: Brooke Breitbach Brooke Breitbach on 2011-03-27



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