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Extrinsic Thoracic2

Attachments of extrinsic muscles of thoracic limb

Trapezius Median raphe of neck, supraspinous ligament; scapular spine
Deep pectoral Ventral sternum; lesser tubercle
Omotransversarius Wing of atlas; distal third of scapular spine
Superficial pectoral First 2-3 sternebae; crest of greater tubercle
Sternocephalicus First sternebra; temporal bone, occipital bone
Serratus ventralis Transverse processes of last 5 cervical vertebrae, first 7-8 ribs; serrated face of scapula
Latissimus dorsi Thoracolumbar fascia from spinous processes of lumbar, last 7-8 thoracic vertebrae; teres major tuberosity and tendon
Brachiocephalicus Clavicle; distal cranial humerus; mid-dorsal fibrous raphe, temporal bone
Rhomboideus Nuchal crest, median fibrous raphe, spinous processes of T1-T7; dorsal border and adjacent surfaces of scapula
Created by: das257