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Anatomy Atlases: Atlas of Human Anatomy: Plate 10: Figure 7

Atlas of Human Anatomy

Deep neck and spinal muscles, after removal of shoulder blades (scapulae).

Translated by: Ronald A. Bergman, PhD and Adel K. Afifi, MD, MS
Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed

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Deep neck and spinal muscles, after removal of shoulder blades (scapulae)

a) Occipital bone.
b) Mastoid process.
c) Seventh cervical vertebra, spinous process.
d) First rib.
e) Twelfth rib.
f) Iliac bone.

  1. m. semispinalis, medial head.
  2. m. semispinalis, capitis.
  3. m. longissimus capitis.
  4. m. longissimus cervicis.
  5. m. iliocostalis, cervicis.
  6. m. iliocostalis.
  7. m. longissimus thoracis.
  8. m. iliocostalis.
  9. m. spinalis, thoracis (dorsi).
  10. m spinalis, cervicis.
  11. m. semispinalis thoracis.
  12. mm. levator costarum (ribs).
  13. mm. intercostals.
  14. m. superior capitis oblique.
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