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Back Layer 4, 5

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Splenius capitis OIIA O: Ligamentum nuchae, SP C7-T3 I: Lteral 1/3 superior nuchal line and mastoid process I:dorsal rami C1-T1 A: B/L Head ext., U/L ipsilateral lateral flexion and rotation
Splenius cervisis OIIA O: SP T3-T6 I: TP C1-C3 I: dorsal rami lower C/S nerves A: B/L neck ext. U/L ipsilateral lateral flexion and rotation
Illiocostalis Lumborum OI O: Common tendon of erector spinae, illiac crest I: INferior borders ribs 6-12 at rib angles
Illiocostalis thoricis OI O: Superior borders of ribs 6-12 at angles I: ribs 1-6 at angles, TP C7
Illiocostalis Cervisis OI O: 3-6 ribs at angles I: Posterior tubricles of TP C4-C6
Illiocostalis actions are? B/L spinal ext, maintain post. U/L ipsilateral lateral flexion
Longissimus Thoracis OI O: Common tendon of erector spinae, TP L1-L5, accessory process L1-L5 I: TP T1-T12, 3-12 ribs medial cartilage
Longissimus Cervicis OI O: TP T1-T5 I: posterior tubricles TP C2-C6
Longissimus capitis OI O: TP T1-T5 I: Posterior margin mastoid process
Longissimus muscles action is? B/L spinal ext (cervicis & thoricis) U/L lateral flextion. Capitis B/L extends the head, U/L ipsilateral rotation
All of the erector spinae muscles are layer? Layer 5
All of the muscles in layers 4 and 5 are? Intrinsic muscles, move spine
Spinalis thoricis OI O: SP T11-L2 I: SP T1-T4
Spinais cervicis OI O: Ligamentum nuchae, SP C7-T2 I: SP C2-C4
Spinalis capitis OI O: SP lower C/S and upper T/S I: Between inferior and superior nuchal lines
Spinalis actions are? B/L spinal and head ext
Erector spinae muscles go in what order from lateral to medial? Illiocostalis, Longissimus, Spinalis
Erector spinae muscles are all innervated by? dorsal rami in area
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