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Diamond shaped superficial muscle attached to scapula acromion bone help with shrug movement and depressing scapula

Halparke Muscle

Teres Major + Minor

Superficial teres major muscle and deep teres minor muscle found posterior and inferior lateral border of scapula

Outlining outer border of wings or scapula

Rhomboids (Maj/Min)

Deep medial scapula muscle connected to spine

Outlining medial border of wings

Latissimus dorsi

inferior scapular muscle, adducts and medially rotates arms

Biggest muscle of the back


Laterally rotates arm; holds head of humerus in place. Attached to the medial border of scapula.

Rotator cuff muscle

Erector Spinae

Divided into three columns, iliocostalis, longissimus, spinalis