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Muscles 1-31

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c3-c6 to first rib, opens rib cage (raises first rib) and laterally flexes/rotates the neck, cervical spinal nerve scalenus anterior
trans process c2-c6 to first rib, opens rib cage(rasies first rib) and laterally flexes/rotates the neck, cervical spinal nerve scalenus medius
trans process c5-c7 to 2nd rib, raises second rib and laterally flexes neck scalenus posterior
from sternum or clavicle (2 origins) to mastoid process, laterally flexes neck and flexes head forward/opp side rotator, spinal accessory nerve sternocleidomastoid
moves skin and pulls down mandible, large muscle covering neck platysma
keep the body erect, most lateral erector spinae: iliocostalis cervicis/thosacis/lumborum
keep body erect more medial than iliocostalis erector spinae: longissimus capitis/cervicis/thoracis
keep body erect, most medial erector spinae: spinalis capitis/cervicis/thoracis
extend and rotate each vertebrae seperately transversospinalis: semispinalis capitis/cervicis/thoracis
run from vertebrae to vertebrae and rotate the vertebrae multifidis
rotate vertabrae rotatores
run from upper 11 ribs to the rib right below origin, open rib cage external intercostals
run from rib to rib, close the rib cage internal intercostals
lower 8 ribs to abdominal aponeurosa, laterally flex and rotates trunk external obliques
inguinal ligament to bottom 3/4 ribs and abdominal aponeurosa, laterally flex and rotate trunk internal obliques
wraps around abdomin (inguinal ligament to abdominal aponuerosa) , compresses abdominal cavity transversus abdominis
pubic symphysis to 5-7th ribs and xiphoid process, flexes trunk rectus abdominis
iliac crest to 12th rib and lower 4 lumbar vertebrae, laterally flexes trunk, holds down ribs during expiration quadratus lumborum
increases/decreases volume of thoracic cavity diaphragm
nuchal line of skull/all spinous processes to lateral third of the clavicle, elevates scapula/upwardly rotates scapula, accessory nerve upper trapezius
nuchal line of skill/ all spinous processes to spine and acromion of scapula, retracts scapula, accessory nerve middle trapezius
nuchal lines of skull and all spinous processes to spine of scapula, depresses scapula/upward rotation of scapula, accessory nerve lower trapezius
lower 6 thoracic vertebrae, lumbar and sacrum to bicepital groove, extends/adducts/medially rotates arm, thoracodorsal nerve latissimus dorsi
c2-c5 to medial border of scapula, retracts and downwardly rotates scapula, dorsal scapular nerve rhomboideus major
c7-t1 to medial border of scapula, retracts and downwardly rotates scapula, dorsal scapular nerve rhomboideus minor
trans process c1-c4 to medial border of scapula, elevates scapula, dorsal scapular nerve levator scapulae
clavicle or sternum ( 2 origins) to humerus (lower lip of bicepital groove below greater tubercle), adduct/medially rotates arm, also flexes (claivular) and extends (sternal) arm, medial and lateral pectoral nerves pectoralis major
riibs 3-5 to coracoid process of scapula, draws scpula forward and down (downward rotation), medial pectoral nerve pectoralis minor
first 8 or 9 ribs, runs under scapula to anterior medial border of scapula, protracts scapula, and upward rotation, long thoracic nerve serratus anterior
upward rotators (3) upper traps, lower traps, and serratus anterior
3 parts (ant/post/middle): from clavicle/spine/acromion of scapula to deltiod tuberosity, flexion/extension/abduction of arm, axillary nerve deltiod
subscapular fossa to lesser tubercle of humerus, medially rotates arm and stabilizes shoulder, upper and lower subscapular nerve subscapularis
supraspinous fossa of scapula to greater tubercle, helps with abduction, pulls humerus into glenoid, suprascapular nerve supraspinatus
infraspinous fossa of scapula to greater tubercle of humerus, external rotation, pulls humerus into glenoid, suprascapular nerve infraspinatus
axillary border of scapula to greater tubercle, lateral rotation and pulls humerus into glenoid, axillary nerve teres minor
posterior surface of lateral border of scapula to medial side of bicepital groove, medially rotates/adducts/ and extends arm, lowr subscapular nerve teres major
medial rotators (4) subscapularis, pectoralis major, deltiod, teres major
Created by: stevielee