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Spine Muscles OIAN

spine musc., groups, O,I,A,N

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Spinalis, Longissimus, Iliocostalis Erector Spinae Group is comprised of which muscles?
none Spinalis (Action Unilaterally)
Extend the vertebral column Spinalis (Action Bilaterally)
Laterally flex vertevral column Longissimus (Action Unilaterally)
Extend the vertebral column Longissimus (Action Bilaterally)
Laterally flex vertebral column Iliocostalis (Action Unilaterally)
Extend the vertebral column Iliocostalis (Action Bilaterally)
Rotate the vertebral column to the opposite side Multifidi (Action Unilaterally)
Extend the vertebral column Multifidi (Action Bilaterally)
Rotate the vertebral column to the opposite side Rotatores (Action Unilaterally)
Extend the vertebral column Rotatores (Action Bilaterally)
Uni: rotation to opposite side Bi: extension Semispinalis (Action Unilaterally&Bilaterally)
Rotate the head and neck to the same side, Laterally flex the head and neck Splenius Capitis (Action Unilaterally)
Extend the head and neck Splenius Capitis (Action Bilaterally)
Ligamentum nuchae, spinous processes of C7-T3 Splenius Capitis (Origin)
Mastoid process and lateral portion of superior nuchal line Splenius Capitis (Insertion)
Rotate the head and neck to the same side, Laterally flex the head and neck Splenius Cervicis (Action Unilaterally)
Extend the head and neck Splenius Cervicis (Action Bilaterally)
Spinous processes of T3-T6 Splenius Cervicis (Origin)
Transverse processes of the upper cervical vertebrae Splenius Cervicis (Insertion)
Rock and tilt the head back into extension, Rotate the head to the same side Rectus Capitis Posterior Major (Action)
Spinous process of the axis (C2) Rectus Capitis Posterior Major (Origin)
Inferior nuchal line of the occiput Rectus Capitis Posterior Major (Insertion)
Rock and tilt the head back into extension Rectus Capitis Posterior Minor (Action)
Tubercle of the posterior arch of the atlas (C1) Rectus Capitis Posterior Minor (Origin)
Inferior nuchal line of the occiput Rectus Capitis Posterior Minor (Insertion)
Rock and tilt the head back into extension Oblique Capitis Superior (Action)
Transverse process of teh atlas (C1) Oblique Capitis Superior (Origin)
Between the nuchal lines of the occiput Oblique Capitis Superior (Insertion)
Rotate the head to the same side Oblique Capitis Inferior (Action)
Spinous process of the axis (C2) Oblique Capitis Inferior (Origin)
Transverse process of the atlas (C1) Oblique Capitis Inferior (Insertion)
Laterally tilt the pelvis, Laterally flex the vertebral column to the same side, Assist to extend the vertebral column Quadratus Lumborum (Action, Unilaterally)
Fix the last rib during inhalation and forced exhalation Quadratus Lumborum (Action, Bilaterally)
Posterior iliac crest Quadratus Lumborum (Origin)
Last rib and transverse processes of first through fourth lumbar vertebrae Quadratus Lumborum (Insertion)
Flex the vertebral column Rectus Abdominis (Action)
Public crest, pubic symphysis Rectus Abdominis (Origin)
Cartilage of fifth, sixth and seventh ribs and xiphoid process Rectus Abdominis (Insertion)
Laterally flex vertebral column to the same side, Rotate vertebral column to the opposite side External Oblique (Action Unilaterally)
Flex the vertebral column, Compress abdominal contents Rectus Abdominis (Action Bilaterally)
Lower eight ribs Rectus Abdominis (Origin)
Anterior part of the iliac crest, abdominal aponeurosis to linea alba Rectus Abdominis (Insertion)
Laterally flex vertebral column to the same side, Rotate vertebral column to same side Internal oblique (Action Unilaterally)
Flex the vertebral column, Compress the abdominal contents Internal oblique (Action Bilaterally)
Lateral inguinal ligament, iliac crest and thoracolumbar fascia Internal oblique (Origin)
Internal surface of lower three ribs, abdominal aponeurosis to linea alba Internal oblique (Insertion)
Compress the abdominal contents Transverse Abdominis (Action)
Lateral inguinal ligament, iliac crest, thoracolumbar fascia and internal surface of lower 6 ribs Transverse Abdominis (Origin)
Abdominal aponeurosis, to linea alba Transverse Abdominis (Insertion)
Draw down the central tendon of diaphragm, Increase the volume of the thoracic cavity during inhalation Diaphragm (Action)
Inner surface of lower 6 ribs Diaphragm (Origin, Costal attachment)
Upper two or three lumbar vertebrae Diaphragm (Origin, Lumbar attachment)
Inner part of xiphoid process Diaphragm (Origin, Sternal attachment)
Central tendon Diaphragm (Insertion)
Assist with inhalation by drawing the ribs superiorly, increasing the space of the thoracic cavity External Intercostals (Action)
Inferior border of the rib above External Intercostals (Origin)
Superior border of the rib below External Intercostals (Insertion)
Assist with exhalation by drawing the ribs inferiorly, decreasing the space of the thoracic cavity Internal Intercostals (Action)
Inferior border of the rib above Internal Intercostals (Origin)
Superior border of the rib below Internal Intercostals (Insertion)
Elevate the ribs during inhalation Serratus Posterior Superior (Action)
Spinous processes of C7-T3 Serratus Posterior Superior (Origin)
Posterior surface of second through fifth ribs Serratus Posterior Superior (Insertion)
Depress the ribs during exhalation Serratus Posterior Inferior (Action)
Spinous processes of T12-L3 Serratus Posterior Inferior (Origin)
Posterior surface of 9-12 ribs Serratus Posterior Inferior (Insertion)
Laterally flex the vertebral column to the same side Intertransversarii (Action Unilaterally)
Extend the vertebral column Intertransversarii (Action Bilaterally)
Spanning the transverse processes of vertebrae C2-C7 Intertransversarii (Origin & Insertion of cervical)
Spanning of transverse processes of vertebrae L1-L5 Intertransversarii (Origin & Insertion of Lumbar)
Extend the vertebral column Interspinalis (Action)
Spanning the spinous processes of C2-T3 Interspinalis (Origin & Insertion of Cervical)
Spanning the spinous processes of T12-L5 Interspinalis (Origin & Insertion of Lumbar)
Tenses the linea alba Pyramidalis (Action)
Pubic symphysis Pyramidalis (Origin)
Linea alba Pyramidalis (Insertion)
Created by: llacorte
 

 



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