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Deep Back O & I

Splenius, Iliocostalis, Longissimus and Semispinalis Muscles

QuestionAnswer
splenius capitis origin ligamentum nuchae and spines of C7 to T3
splenius cervicis origin spinous processes of T3 to T6
iliocostalis lumborum origin common tendon of erector spinae
iliocostalis thoracis origin lower 6 ribs
iliocostalis cervicis origin ribs 3-6
longissimus capitis origin tendon of insertion of longissimus cervicis
longissimus thoracis origin part of common tendon of erector spinae
longissimus cervicis origin transverse processes of T4 to T6
semispinalis capitis origin transverse and articular processes of T1 to T6
semispinalis cervicis origin transverse processes of T1 to T6
splenius capitis insertion occipital bone, mastoid process
splenius cervicis insertion transverse processes of C2 to C4
iliocostalis lumborum insertion angle of ribs 6-12
iliocostalis thoracis insertion upper 6 ribs
iliocostalis cervicis insertion transverse process of C4 to C6
longissimus capitis insertion mastoid process
longissimus thoracis insertion lower 9 ribs
longissimus cervicis insertion transverse processes of C2 to C6
semispinalis capitis insertion occipital bone
semispinalis cervicis insertion spine of C2 to C5
Created by: hoffman784