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22 Cards in this Set

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O: transverse process of each vertebrae
I: transverse processes of more superior vertebrae
A: laterally flexes the vertebral column
Longus Capitis
O: transverse process of cervical vertebrae
I: base of occipital bone
A: both sides flex the neck
Longus Colli
O: anterior surfaces of cervical and superior thoracic vertebrae
I: transverse processes of superior cervical vertebrae
A: flex/rotates neck and limits hypertension
Quadratus Lumborum
O: iliac crest and iliolumbar ligament
I: last rib and transverse processes of lumbar vertebrae
A: they depress ribs
O: stretches from cervical column to the top of the thoracic column
I: occipital ligament part of spinous process cervical column
A: extends neck
Spiinalis Cervicis
O: small ligament part of spinous processes/cervical column
I: axis for the spinous process
A: extends neck
Spinalis Thoracis
O: connected to the spinous processes of inferior cervical and superior lumbar vertebrae
I: connected to the spinous processes of superior thoracic vertebrae
A: extends the vertebral column
Longissimus Capitis
O: connected to transverse processes of inferior cervical and superior thoracic vertebrae
I: connected to mastoid process of the temporal bone
A: extend the head/rotate the neck/flexes each side of the neck
Longissimus Cervicis
O: connected to the transverse processes of the inferior thoracic superior lumbar
I: connected to the transverse processes of the superior vertebrae and inferior surfaces of ribs
A: extends vertebral column/helps move the side of the neck
Iliocostalis Cervicis
O: superior borders of vertebrosternal ribs near the angles {near sternum}
I: transverse processes of middle adn inferior cervical vertebrae
A: extends/flexes the neck and elevates ribs
Iliocostalis Thoracis
O: superior borders of inferior 7 ribs medial to angles
I: upper ribs and transverse processes of last cervical vertebra
A: stabilizes thoracic vertebrae in extention
Iliocostalis Lumborum
O: iliac crests, sacral crests and spinous processes
I: inferior surfaces of inferior 7 ribs near angles
A: extends vertebral column/depresses ribs
External Intercostals
O: inferior border of each rib
I: superior border of more inferior ribs
A: elevates ribs
Internal Intercostals
O: superior border of each rib
I:inferior border of preceding rib
A: depresses ribs
Transversis Thoracis
O: posterior surface of sternum
I: cartilage of rib
A: depresses ribs
Serratus Posterior Superior
O: spinous processes of c2-t3/ligament nuchae
I: superior borders of ribs 2-5 near angles
A: elevates ribs
Serratus Posterior Inferior
O: aponuerosis from spinous processes of t10-L3
I: inferior borders of ribs 8-12
A: pulls ribs inferious
External Oblique
O: external/inferior borders of ribs 5-12
I: lines alba and iliac crest
A: compresses abdomen
Internal Oblique
O: lumbodorsal fascia and iliac crest
A: compresses abdomen/depresses rib
Transversus Abdominus
O: cartilage of ribs 5-12 , iliac crest
I: lines alba and pubis
A: compresses abdomen
O: xiphoid processes, cartilage of ribs 4-10
I: central tendinous sheet
A: expands thoracic cavity
Rectus Abdominals
O: superior surface of pubis
I: interior surface of costal cartilage
A: depresses rib