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Thoracodorsal nerve and blood vessels
Located on the deep surface of the latissimus dorsi
Transverse cervical vessels
Located on the deep surfaces of the levator scapuli and the rhomboid muscles
Thoracodorsal nerve and blood vessels
Located on the deep surface of the latissimus dorsi
Suboccipital nerve
The posterior (dorsal) ramus of C1
It inevervates the muscles that form the borders of the suboccipital triangle
Superficial branch of the transverse cervical artery and vein
On the deep surface of the trapezius muscle
Spinal Accesory Nerve
On the deep surface of the trapezius muscle
Vertebral artery
Located in the suboccipital triangle
Dorsal scapular nerve
On the deep surface of the levator scapulae and rhomboid muscles
Greater occipital nerve
Posterior primary ramus of C2; located within the suboccipital triangle.
Lesser occipital nerve
Anterior primary ramus of C2