DIAG 2730 Muscles - Origin and Insertion Chart

DIAG 2730 Muscles - Origin and Insertion Chart - MUSCLE...

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MUSCLE ATTACHMENTS Muscle origin insertion SCM Mastoid process of temporal bone Sternum and clavicle Scalenes cervical transverse processes 1st & 2nd ribs Longus Colli anterior body of cervical spine anterior body of cervical spine Suboccipitals several muscles that runs between the occiput, C1, and C2 both on the anterior and posterior side Errector spinae run from iliac crest, sacrum, spine, spine, ribs, or occiput and ribs longitudinally to: Deep layer of spine Spinous and transverse process one or a few vertebra down to (Multifidi & Rotators) spinous or transverse process Rectus Abdominis xiphiod process, anterior ribs pubic bone External Oblique Abdominis Lateral ribs Runs inferiormedially to the rectus sheath Internal Oblique Abdominis Rectus sheath, lower ribs Runs inferiolaterally to Iliac crest and thoracolumbar fascia Transverse Abdominis Rectus sheath thoracolumbar fascia, iliac crest lower ribs Quadratus Lumborum 12th rib, transverse processes of Posterior iliac crest lumbar spine Levator scapulae upper cervical transverse processes superior angle of scapula Trapezius occiput, spinous process C2-T12 Spine of scapula, acromion, outer 1/3rd of clavicle Rhomboids spinous process of upper thoracic medial border of scapula (runs inferiolateral to scapula) Serratus Anterior lateral ribs medial-anterior border of scapula Pectoralis Major medial clavicle, sternum, and Intertubercular groove of humerus anterior ribs (Lateral lip = greater tubercle)
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