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posterior scalene transverse processes 6-7 rib 2 lateral bending cervical spinal
splenius capitus ligamentum nuchae and spinous process c7-t4 occiptal bone and mastoid process extension and ipsilateral rotation cervical spinal
splenius cervicus upper thoracic spinous processes cervical transverse processes extension ipsilateral rotation cervical spin
sub-occiptal c1-2 occiput c1 head extensions , ipsilateral rotaiton cervical spinal
rectus abdominis pubic crest and symphysis costal cartilage and xiphoid process trunk flexion thoracic spinal
external oblique ribs 5-12 iliac crest and aponeurosis trunk flexion, ipsilateral bending, contralateral rotation thoracic spinal
internal oblique iliac crest and thorocolumbar fascia lower ribs and aponeurosis trunk flexion, ipsilateral bending and ipsilateral rotation thoracic spinal
treansverse abdominis iliac crest, thorocolumbar fascia, lower ribs aponeurosis compress abdominals thoracic spinal
erector spinae group transverse processes of all mastoid process posterior ribs spinous processes vertebral extension ipsilateral bending spinal nerves
semispinalis capitis transver processes cervical and upper thoracic occipital head and neck extension spinal
multifidi trransverse processes of lower thoracic spinous processes vertebral extension contralateral rotation spinal
rotares trasnverse processes of cervical and lumbar spinous processes vertebral extension contralateral rotation spinal
serratus posterior superior upper thoracic spinous process psoterior upper ribs expands the ribs thoracic spinal
serratus posterior inferior lumbar spinous process posterior lower ribs depresses the ribs thoracic spinal
masseter closes mouth tirgeminal
temporalis closes mouth trigeminal
medial pterygoid closes mouth trigeminal
lateral pterygoid opens mouth trigeminal
external intercostal ribs rib below origin elevates ribs thoracic spinal
internal intercostal rib rib below origin dpresses ribs thoracic spinal
diaphragm sternum, ribs, lumbar vertebrae central tendon increases rib size phrenic nerves
quadratus lumborum posterior iliac crest transverse processes 12th rib ipsilateral bending lumbar plexus
sternocleidomastoid manebrium and clavicle mastoid process and lateral occiptal contralateral rotation lateral bending CN IX
anterior scalene transverse process C3-6 rib 1 lateral bending cervical spinal
middle scalene trasnvrse process c2-7 rib 1 lateral bending cervical spinal
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