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anatomy flash 2

Wiley anatomy flash chapter 11 part 2

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List the muscles of the neck and back that move the vertebral column splenius, erector spinae, longissimus, spinalis
List splenius muscles splenius capitis, splenius cervicis
splenius capitus origin ligamentrum muscle and spinous process of c7-t4
splenius capitus insertion occipital bone and mastoid process of temporal bone
splenius capitis action acting together (bilaterally, extend head and extend vert column;acting singly unilaterally , laterally flex and or rotate head t same side as contracting muscle
splenius capitis innervation middle cervical spinal nerves
splenius cervicis origin spinous process of t3-t6
splenius cervicis insertion transverse process of c1-c2 or c1-c4
splenius cervicis action acting together, extend head; acting singly lat flex and or rotate head to same size as contracting muscle
List erector spinae iliocostalisis cervicis, iliocostalis thoracis, iliocostalis lumborum,
iliocostalis cervicis origin ribs 1-6
iliocostalilisis insertion trasverse process of c4-c6
iliocostalisis action acting together, muscles of each region extend and maintain erect posture of vert column of their respective regions, acting singly, lat flex vert column of their respective regions to same side as contracting muscle
iliocostalisis thoracis origin ribs 7-12
iliocostalisis thoracis insertion ribs 1-6
iliocostalisis thoracis action same as cervicis
iliocostalisis lumborum origin iliac crest
iliocostalisis lumborum insertion ribs 7-12
iliocostalisis lumborum action same as cervicis
List longissimus group longissimus capitis, longissimus cervicis, longissimus thoracis
Longissiumus capitis origin articular process of c4-c7 and transverse processes of t1-t4
longissimus capitis insertion mastoid process of temporal bone
longissimus capitis action acting together, both longisismis capitis muscles extend head and extend vert column; acting singly rotate head to same side as contracting muscle
llongissimus capitis innervation middle and inferior cervical spinal nerves
longissimus cervicis origin transverse process of t4-t5
longissimus cervicis insertion transverse processes of c2-c6
longissimus cervicis action acting together , longissimus cervicis and both longissimus thoracis musckes extend vert column of their respective regions. Acting singly, lat flex vert column of their respective regions
logissiums cervisis innveration cervical and superior thoracic spinal nerves
longissimus thoracis origin transverse process of lumbar vertebrae
longissimus thoracis insertion transverse processes of all thoracic and superior lumbar vertebrae and ribs 9 and 10
longissimus thoracis action same as cervisis
longissimus thoracis innervation cervical and superior thoracic spinal nerves. Thoracic and lumbar spinal nerves
list spinalis group spinalis capitis, spinalis cervicis, spinalis thoracis
spinalis capitis origin often absent or very small . Arises with semispinalisi capitis
spinalisi capitis insertion occipital bone
spinalisi scapitis action acting together, muscles of each region extend ver col of their resp regiond
sinalis cervicis origin ligamentum nuchae and spinous process of c7
spinalisis cervicis insertion spinous process of axis
spinalisis cervisis action same as capitis
spinalis cervisis innervation cervical spinal nerves
spinalisis thoracis origin spine of t10-l2
spinalisis thoracis insertion spine od sup thoracic vert
spinalisis thoracis action same as capitis
spinalis thoracis innervation thoracis spinal nerves
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