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back muscles Other

Back muscles other

Intertransversarius muscle is where and does what? Between each transvers process and helps with ipsilateral lateral flexion
Interspinalis muscle is where and does what? Between each spinous process and helps extend the spine
What is a trigger point? hyperirritable spots in skeletal muscles, associated with palpable nodules of taught muscle fibers. Key** They refer pain away from the injured site
Whats the only large muscle aside from the interspinalis that goes from spinous process to spinous process? The spinalis muscles with exception of spinalis capitis which inserts between inferior and superior nuchal lines
What muscles attach to the mastoid process? longissimus capitis and splenius capitis
Cutaneous innervation is by what? and which part in cervical and upper thoracic VS lower Thoracic and lumbar Dorsal ramus of the spinal nerves, medial branch for upper, and lateral branch for lower
What vertibrae is at the level of the illiac crest? L4, SP
What vertibrae if at the level of the PSIS? Tubricles of S2, form dimples in low back
What is at the level of the scapular spine? T4 SP
What is at the level of the inferior angle of the scapula? T7 SP
Nuchal groove is where? Indentation in skin on back of neck
Created by: hopper