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Stack #60657, week 2

Stack #60657, week 2 muscles

muscleorigininsertionactionnerve
anterior scalene transverse processes of cervical vertebrae 3-6 First rib acting together, right and left anterior scalene and middle scalene muscles flex head and elevate first ribs during deep inhalation; acting singly, laterally flex head and rotate head to side OPPOSITE contracting muscle cervical spinal nerves C5-C6
middle scalene transverse processes of inferior 6 cervical vertebrae first rib acting together, right and left anterior scalene and middle scalene muscles flex head and elevate first ribs during deep inhalation; acting singly, laterally flex head and rotate head to side OPPOSITE contracting muscle cervical spinal nerves C3-C8
posterior scalene transverse processes of cervical vertebrae 4-6 Second ribs acting together, flex head and elevate second ribs during deep inhalation; acting singly, laterally flex head and rotate head to side OPPOSITE contracting muscle Cervical spinal nerves C6-C8
Splenius Capitus ligamentum nuchae and spinous processes of cervical vertebrae 7 and T1-T3 or T4 Occipital bone and mastoid process of temporal bone acting together, extend head; singly, laterally flex and rotate head to same side as contracting muscle middle cervical spinal nerves
splenius cervicus spinous processes of T3-T6 transverse processes of first 2 or 4 cervical vertebrae acting together, extend head; acting singly, laterally flex and rotate head to same side a scontracting muscle inferior cervical spinal nerves
Created by: sandy