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Stack #60669, week 4

Stack #60669, week 4 muscles

muscleorigininsertionactionnerve
Iliocostalis cervicis superior 6 ribs transverse processes fo C4-C6 Acting together, muscles of each region extend and maintain erect posture of vertebral column of that region, acting singly, laterally flex vertebral column of their respective regions cervical and thoracic spinal nerves
iliocostalis thoracis inferior 6 ribs superior 6 ribs Acting together, muscles of each region extend and maintain erect posture of vertebral column of that region, acting singly, laterally flex vertebral column of their respective regions thoracic spinal nerves
iliocostalis lumborum iliac drest inferior 6 ribs Acting together, muscles of each region extend and maintain erect posture of vertebral column of that region, acting singly, laterally flex vertebral column of their respective regions lumbar spinal nerves
Flexor carpi Radialis medial epicondyle of humerus 2nd and 3rd metacarpals flexes and ABDUCTS hand, (radial deviation) at wrist median nerve
extensor carpi radialis longus lateral supracondylar ridge of humerus 2nd metacarpal extends and ABDUCTS hand at wrist radial nerve
Created by: sandy