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Posterior Muscles of the Trunk
As with the earlier figures, these are not all the muscles of the back. These are the superficial ones, and they are the most commonly dictated terms. Notice the term lumbar aponeurosis. This is not a muscle. An aponeurosis, as previously stated, is a white, flattened tendinous expansion, serving mainly to connect a muscle with the parts that it moves. Because it replaces what were formerly called fasciae (plural), some doctors and dictators may use the old terminology. Both names are illustrated in the figure. Name the 11 Superficial Posterior Muscles of the Trunk and 1 term that is not a muscle but is on the Figure 2.5 #11.(Note: 6,7,8 are not illustrated on this Figure. They are located underneath the trapezius muscle.
1. trapezius
2. infraspinatus
3. teres major
4. latissimus dorsi
5. gluteus maximus
*6. rhomboideus (also called rhomboid)(It is not illustrated on the figure 2.5. It is located underneath the trapezius muscle).(same for 7 & 8)
*7. supraspinatus (It is not illustrated on the figure 2.5. It is located underneath the trapezius muscle.(same for 6 & 8)
*8. iliocostalis dorsi (It is not illustrated on the figure 2.5. It is located underneath the trapezius muscle.(same for 6 & 7)
9. deltoid
10. teres minor
11. lumbar aponeurosis (not a muscle)(previously dorsolumbar fascia)
12. gluteus medius
11 of these are muscles 1 (#11 is not)
List of 11 Superficial Posterior Muscles of the Trunk Figure 2.5 pg.45
Note: As with the earlier figures, there are not all the muscles of the back. These are the superficial ones, and they are the most commonly dictated terms. Notice term “lumbar aponeurosis”. This is not a muscle. An aponeurosis, as previously stated, is a white, flattened tendinous expansion, serving mainly to connect a muscle with the parts that it moves. Because it replaces what were formerly called fasciae (plural), some doctors and dictators may use the old terminology. Both names are illustrated above.
Just remember that term “lumbar aponeurosis” is not a muscle. An aponeurosis, as previously stated, is a white, flattened tendinous expansion, serving mainly to connect a muscle with the parts that it moves. Because it replaces what were formerly called fasciae (plural), some doctors and dictators may use the old terminology. Both names are illustrated above.
Superficial Posterior Muscles of the Trunk Pg 45 Figure 2.5
2.1.12.46 deltoid
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2.2.12.46 terres
teres
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2.3.12.46 supraspinatous
supraspinatus
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2.4.12.46 aponurosis
aponeurosis
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2.5.12.46 latisimus
latissimus
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2.6.12.46 infraspinatus
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2.7.12.46 ileocostalis
iliocostalis
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2.8.12.46 gluteus
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2.9.12.46 romboideus
rhomboideus
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2.10.12.46 dorsallumbar
dorsolumbar
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2.11.12.46 dorsi
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2.12.12.46 maximius
maximus
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