ANAT 1615 Mercy Navis Lab List for Midterm

ANAT 1615 Mercy Navis Lab List for Midterm - 1 1615...

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1615 Musculoskeletal Lab Structures to be observed in wet / dry lab Other structures 1. triangle of auscultation bounded by latissimus dorsi, trapezius, scapula and floor rhomboideus major 2. lumbar triangle bounded by latissimus dorsi, external oblique and iliac crest 3. thoracolumbar fascia, attached to the spines of thoracic and lumbar vertebra 4. midaxillary line Superficial muscles of the back 1. trapezius ( superior ) 2. latissimus dorsi ( inferior ) 3. levator scapulae ( deep to trapezius ) 4. rhomboideus minor ( inferior to levator scapulae ) 5. rhomboideus major ( inferior to rhomboideus minor ) Intermediate muscles of the back 1. serratus posterior superior ( deep to rhomboideus minor and major ) 2. serratus posterior inferior ( deep to latissimus dorsi ) Deep muscles of the back 1. splenius capitis ( deep to trapezius ) 2. splenius cervicis ( lower part ) Erector spinae group 1. iliocostalis lumborum ( lateral and lower part ) 2. iliocostalis thoracis ( lateral and middle part ) 3. iliocostalis cervicis ( lateral and upper part ) 4. longissimus thoracis ( intermediate and lower part ) 5. longissimus cervicis ( intermediate and middle part ) 6. longissimus capitis ( intermediate and upper part, attaches to mastoid process ) 7. spinalis thoracis ( medial and lower part ) 8. spinalis cervicis ( medial and upper part ) Transversospinalis group 1. semispinalis thoracis ( deep to splenius, lower part ) 2. semispinalis cervicis ( middle part ) 3. semispinalis capitis ( upper part, attaches to occipital bone ) 4. multifidus ( deep to semispinalis, extends from sacrum to axis ) 5. rotatores ( deep to multifidus ) 6. interspinalis ( in between the spines ) 7. intertransversarii ( in between the transverse processes ) 8. levator costorum ( deep muscle, attaches to the ribs ) 1
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Suboccipital muscles 1. rectus capitis posterior minor ( medial most, not forms the border of suboccipital triangle ) 2. rectus capitis posterior major ( lateral to RCP minor, forms the medial border of the suboccipital triangle ) 3. obliquus capitis superior ( forms the lateral border of suboccipital triangle ) 4. obliquus capitis inferior ( forms the lower border of suboccipital triangle ) Vertebral ligaments 1. nuchal ligament ( attaches to EOP to C7 ) 2. supraspinous ligament ( superior to the spines ) 3. interspinous ligament ( in between the spines ) 4. ligamentum flavum ( attaches to the laminae ) 5. intertransverse ligament ( in between the transverse processes ) 6. posterior longitudinal ligament ( attaches to the posterior surfaces of the vertebral bodies ) Vessels ( arteries and veins ) 1. superficial branch of transverse cervical artery ( runs with the spinal accessory nerve ) 2. dorsal scapular ( deep branch of transverse cervical artery ) 3. intercostal vessels a) posterior and lateral cutaneous arteries and veins 4. subclavian artery 5. vertebral artery 6. occipital artery ( runs with the greater occipital nerve ) Nerves 1. spinal accessory nerve ( runs deep to trapezius )
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ANAT 1615 taught by Professor Samueldemons during the Fall '10 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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ANAT 1615 Mercy Navis Lab List for Midterm - 1 1615...

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