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mm's of the trunk

origin and insertion

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origin of splenius capitis spinous process of c7-t4
insertin of splenius capitis mastoid process of temporal bone
origin of splenius cervicis spinous process of t3-t6
insertion of splenius cervicis transverse processes of c1-c3
origin of ERECTOR SPINAE(iliocostalis,longissimus,spinalis) medial and lateral sacral crests, medial part of iliac crest, spinous processes of T11-L2
insertion of ERECTOR SPINAE (iliocostalis, longissimius, spinalis) transverse process of C2-T12, upper 6 and lower 6 ribs, mastoid process of temporal bone,spinous process of C2 and 1-T8
origin of TRANSVERSOSPINALIS(semispinalism multifidi, rotatores) they extend upward fro transverse processes to spinous rocesses of higher vertebrae. deep to erector spinae
origin of interspinales spinous processess of C3-C7, T1-T3, T11-T12, and L2-L5
insertion of interspinales spinous process of next vertebra superior to origin
origin of intertransversarii transverse process of C1-T1, T11-L1, L1-L5
insertion of intertransversarii tubercles of next superior and posterior vertebrae,and transverse process of next superior vertebrae
origin of external intercostals inferior part of upper eleven ribs
insertion of external intercostals superior part of upper ribs. inserts toward the costal cartilage
origin of internal intercostals cartilages of upper eleven ribs
insertion of internal intercostals superior boarder of the rib below, inserts away from the costal cartilage
origin of diaphragm inner part of xiphoid process, inner part of lower 6 ribs and cartilages, and upper 3 lumbar vertebrae
origin of external oblique lower 8 ribs
insertion of external oblique anterior part of iliac crest
origin of internal oblique iliac crest, lateral half of inguinal ligament
insertion of internal oblique cartilage of bottom 3 or 4 ribs and abdominal aponeurosis
origin of transverse abdominal cartilage of lower 6 ribs.
insertion of transverse abdominal abdominal aponeurosis
origin of rectus abdominis pubic symphysis
insertion of rectus abdominis cartilage of 5-7 ribs and xiphoid process
origin of quadratus lumborum iliac crest
insertion of quadratus lumborum transverse processses of upper 4 lumbar vertebrae and the 12 rib
Created by: babyb06