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GROSS ANATOMY

ABDOMEN AND THORAX

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ORIGIN OF INTERCOSTAL MUSCLES BETWEEN ADJACENT RIBS
INSERTION OF INTERCOSTAL MUSCLES BETWEEN ADJACENT RIBS
ACTION INTERCOSTAL MUSCLES ELEVATE RIBS IN INSPIRATION AND MAINTAINS INTERCOSTAL SPACES
INNERVATION OF INTERCOSTAL SPACES INTERCOSTAL NERVES
LOCATION OF EXTERNAL INTERCOSTAL EXTERIOR SURFACE OF RIBS
LOCATION OF INTERNAL INTERCOSTAL INTERIOR SURFACE OF RIBS
LOCATION OF INNERMOST INTERCOSTALS DEEP TO INTERNAL INTERCOSTAL
THE INTERCOSTAL MUSCLES ARE THE CONTINUATION OF WHAT TWO MUSCLES THE EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL OBLIQUE MUSCLES
INTERCOSTAL NERVES ARE THE OF THE NERVES ANTERIOR RAMI OF THE THORACIC SPINAL NERVES
ORIGIN OF RECTUS ABDOMINUS PUBIC SYMPHYSIS AND CREST
INSERTION OF RECTUS ABDOMINUS COSTAL CARTILAGES OF RIBS 5,6,7 AND XYPHOID PROCESS
ACTION OF RECTUS ABDOMINUS FLEXION OF TRUNK AND SUPPORTS COMPRESSION OF ABDOMINAL CONTENTS
INNERVATION OF RECTUS ABDOMINUS VENTRAL RAMI OF INTERCOSTAL NERVES T7-12
THIS MUSCLE CONTRACTS STRONGLY WHILE DOING SITUPS OR LIFTING BOTH LEGS SEVERAL INCHES FROM FLOOR IN SUPINE POSITION RECTUS ABDOMINUS
VENTRAL MIDLINE FIBROUS BAND EXTENDING FROM XYPHOID PROCESS TO THE PUBIS AND IS MIDLINE UNION OF THE APONEUROTIC SHEATHS WHICH COVER THE AB MUSCLES LINEA ALBA
SMALL TRIANGULAR MUSCLE LOCATED AT INFERIOR END OF THE RECTUS ABDOMINUS-PRESENT IN MOST PEOPLE PYRAMIDALIS
CONTRACTION OF THIS MUSCLE PUTS TRACTION ON LINEA ALBA PYRAMIDALIS
ORIGIN OF EXTERNAL OBLIQUE LOWER 8 RIBS
INSERTION OF EXTERNAL OBLIQUE LINEA ALBA, PUBIS, ANTERIOR ILIAC CREST
ACTION OF EXTERNAL OBLIQUE FLEXION OF TRUNK AND COMPRESSION OF ABDOMINAL CONTENTS-UNILATERALLY IS LATERAL FLEXION AND ROTATION TO OPPOSITE SIDE
INNERVATION OF EXTERNAL OBLIQUE VENTRAL RAMI OF INTERCOSTAL NERVES T7-12 AND L1
LI= ILIOHYPOGASTRIC NERVE AND ILIOINGUINAL NERVE
FIBERS OF EXTERNAL OBLIQUES RUN THIS DIRECTION OBLIQUELY DOWNWARD AND MEDIALWARD
WHAT FORMS RECTUS SHEATH APONEUROSES OF THE THREE ABDOMINAL MUSCLES
ORIGIN OF INTERNAL OBLIQUE INGUINAL LIGAMENT, ANTERIOR ILIAC CREST, THORACOLUMBAR APONEUROSIS
INSERTION OF INTERNAL OBLIQUE COSTAL CARTILAGES OF LOWER 4 RIBS AND ABDOMINAL APONEOROSIS AND LINEA ALBA
ACTION OF INTERNAL OBLIQUE FLEXION OF TRUNK AND COMPRESSION OF AB CONTENTS-UNILATERALLY IS LATERAL FLEXION AND ROTATION OF TRUNK TO SAME SIDE
INNERVATION OF INTERNAL OBLIQUE VENTRAL RAMI OF INTERCOSTAL NERVES T8-12 AND L1
DIRECTION OF FIBERS OF INTERNAL OBLIQUE OBLIQUELY UPWARD AND MEDIALWARD
ORIGIN OF TRANSVERSE ABDOMINIS INGUINAL LIGAMENT, ILIAC CREST, THORACOLUMBAR APONEUROSIS, INTERNAL SURFACE OF COSTAL CARTILAGES OF RIBS 7-12
INSERTION OF TRANSVERSE ABDOMINIS ABDOMINAL APONEUROSIS AND LINEA ALBA, PUBIS
ACTION OF TRANSVERSE ABDOMINIS COMPRESSION OF ABDOMINAL CONTENTS
INNERVATION OF TRANSVERSE ABDOMINIS VENTRAL RAMI OF INTERCOSTAL NERVES T7-12 ADN L1
DEEPEST AB MUSCLE TRANSVERE ABDOMINIS
DIRECTION OF MUSCLE FIBERS IN TRANSERVE ABDOMINIS HORIZONTALLY MEDIALWARD
Created by: chengel