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Vertebral Neck m.

Nerve, blood supply, origin, insertion

MuscleOriginInsertionBlood SupplyInnervation
Longus colli Inferior oblique - Fronts of bodies of T1-T3 Sup oblique - Ant tubercles of transverse processes of C5,C6 Vertical intermediate - fronts of bodies of C5-T2 Inf oblique - Anterior tubercles of transverse processes of C5,C6 Superior oblique - Anterolateral surface of anterior tubercles of atlas Vertical int - Fronts of bodies of C2-C4 Br from vertebral, ascending pharyngeal, and inferior thyroid a Br from ventral rami of C2-C6
Scalenus Ant Scalene tubercle on inner border of 1st rib, ridge ant to groove for a Anterior tubercles of transverse processes of C3-C6 Ascending cervical a Br from ventral rami C4-C6
Scalenus Medius Upper surface of 1st rib between tubercle and groove for subclavian a Transverse process of axis (C2); Front of post tubercles of transverse processes of C3-C7 Ascending cervical Br from ventral rami C3-C6
Scalenus Post Outer surface of 2nd rib behind tubercle for serratus ant Posterior tubercles of transverse processes of C4-C6 Ascending cervical, superficial cervical Br from ventral rami C5-C7
Rectus capitis anterior Anterior surface of lateral mass of atlas and root of transverse process Inferior surface of basilar part of occipital bones ant to condyle Br from vertebral and ascending pharyngeal a Br of loop between ventral rami of C1 and C2
Rectus capitis lateralis Upper surface of transverse process of atlas (C1) Inferior surface of jugular process of occipital bone Br from vertebral, ascending pharyngeal, and occipital Branches of loop between ventral rami of C1 and C2
Longus capitis Anterior tubercles of transverse processes of cervical vertebrae 3-6 Inferior surface of basilar part of occipital bone Vertebral, ascending phayngeal, and ascending cervical a Br from ventral rami of C1-C3
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