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Stack #60674, week 6

Stack #60674, week 6 muscles

Spinalis capitis arises with semispinalis capitis occipital bone acting together, muscles of each region (C,T,L) extend vertebral column of that region cervical and superior thoracic spinal nerves
Spinalis cervicus ligamentum nuchae and spinous process of C7 spinous process of axis acting together, muscles of each region extend vertebral column of that region inferior cervical and thoracic spinal nerves
Spinalis thoracis spinous processes of superior lumbar and inferior thoracic vertebrae spinous processes of superior thoacic spinal vertebrae acting together, muscles of each extend vertebral column of that region thoracic spinal nerves
Popliteus lateral condyle of femur proximal tibia flexes leg at knee and medially rotates tibia to unlock the extended knee tibial nerve
Plantaris Femur superior to lateral condyle calcaneus by way of calcaneal tendon plantar flexes foot at ankle and flexes leg at knee tibial nerve
Created by: sandy