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Deep Back

thoracolumbar fascia, intrinsic

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Thoracolumbar Fascia attachments P,M,A P: Spinous process of L/S M: Transverse processes of T A: Transverse processes of T/L
splenius capitis inferior attachments spinous processes of c7-t4, inferior 1/3 of nuchal ligament
splenius capitis superior attachments lateral 1/3 of superior nuchal line, mastoid process
splenius capitis bilateral and unilateral movement bi: extension of head uni: rotation of head to one side
splenius cervicis inferior attachments t3-6 spinous
splenius cervicis superior attachments c1-3 transverse
splenius cervicis bi and uni movement bi: flexion of head uni: rotation of neck to one side
erector spinae bilateral contraction extension of back
erector spinae unilateral contraction laterally flex back
iliocostalis inferior attachment common tendon or erector spinae
iliocostalis superior attachment angle of ribs, transverse processes
longissimus inferior attachment transverse processes and ribs lateral to tubercle
longissimus superior attachment transverse processes, mastoid process
spinalis attachment spinous processes all the way up
iliocostalis regions lumborum: common tendon to rib 6 thoracis: rib 6 to rib 1/transverse C7 cervicis: rib 3 to transverse C4
Longissimus regions thoracis: common tendon/transverse thoracic to 3rd rib cervicis: trans T5 to trans C2 capitis: trans T4 to mastoid process
spinalis regions thoracis: spinous L2 to T1 cervicis: spinous C7/nuchal lig to spinous C2 capitis: transverse T6-T1/articular processes of C7-C4 to occipital bone
semispinalis regions thoracis: trans T6-10 to spinous C5-T4 cervices: trans T1-6 to spinous C5-T4 capitus: trans T1-6/ articular processes of C4-7 to occipital bone
Created by: angelzdoood85