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Vert col to shoulder

Nerve, blood supply, origin, insertion

QuestionAnswer
Trapezius N Spinal part of accessory n
Trapezius BS Upper 1/3 Transverse muscular branch of occiptal a.
Trapezius BS Middle 1/3 Superficial cervical a. or superficial branch of transverse cervical a
Trapezius BS Lower 1/3 Muscular branch of dorsal scapular a Lateral and medial perforating branches of posterior intercostal a
Trapezius O Medial 1/3 of superior nuchal line External occipital protuberance Ligamentum nuchae Spines & supraspinus lig. from C7 to T12
Trapezius I Post border of lat 1/3 of clavicle Medial acromial margin Superior tip of scapular crest Aponeurosis going to tubercle on scapular spine
Levator Scapulae N 3rd and 4th cervical spinal nn 5th cervical spinal n via dorsal scapular n
Levator Scapulae BS Transverse and ascending cervical aa Vertebral a
Levator Scapulae O Transverse process of C1, C2 Posterior tubercles of transverse processes of C3,C4
Levator Scapulae I Medial scapular border between superior angle and neck of scapular spine
Rhomboid minor N Dorsal scapular n C4, C5
Rhomboid minor BS Deep branch of transverse cervical a Dorsal scapular a Dorsal perforating branches of posterior intercostal a 1-6
Rhomboid minor O Lower ligamentum nuchae Spines of C7, T1
Rhomboid minor I Medial end of scapular spine
Rhomboid major N Dorsal scapular n C4, C5
Rhomboid major BS Same as rhomboid minor
Rhomboid major O Spines & supraspinous ligaments of T2-T5
Rhomboid major I Lower medial border of scapula
Latissimus dorsi N Thoracodorsal n C6-C8
Latissimus dorsi BS Thoracodorsal a 9-11th posterior intercostal aa 1st-3rd lumbar aa
Latissimus dorsi O Spinous process of T7-T12; posterior layer of thoracolumbar fascia from spines and supraspinous ligaments of lumbar and sacral vertebrae; slips from 3 or 4 lowest ribs; posterior part of iliac crest; dorsal surface of inferior andle of scapula
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