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Stack #60675, week 7

Stack #60675, week 7 muscles

muscleorigininsertionactionnerve
Longissimus capitis transverse processes of superior 4 thoracic vertebrae and articular processes of inferior 4 cervical vertebrae mastoid process of temporal bone acting together, both longissimus capitis muscles extend head, singly, rotate head to same side as contracting muscle middle and inferior cervical spinal nerves
Longissimus cervicus transverse processes of 4th and 5th thoracic vertebrae transverse processes of 2nd to 6th cervical vertebrae acting together, longissimus cervicus and both longissimus thoracis muscles extend vertebral column of their region, acting singly, laterally flex vertebral column of their region cervical and superior thoracic spinal nerves
Longissimus Thoracis transverse processes of lumbar vertebrae transverse processes of all thoracic and superior lumbar vertebrae and 9th and 10th ribs acting together, longissimus cervicus and both longissimus thoracis muscles extend vertebral column of their region, acting singly, laterally flex vertebral column of their region thoracic and lumbar spinal nerves
Gracilis body and iferior ramus of pubis medial surface of body of tibia adducts thigh at hip, medially rotates thigh, and flexes leg at knee Obturator nerve
Tibialis posterior tibia, bibula, and interosseous membrane 2nd, 3rd and 4th metatarsals, navicular, all 3 cuneiforms, and cuboid plantar flexes foot at ankle, inverts foot at intertarsal joints tibial nerve
Created by: sandy