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Trunk and Spine Muscles
Origin – Iliac crest. Inguinal ligament. Thoracolumbar fascia. Insertion – Lower 3-4 ribs. Linea alba. Actions – Contraction of one side alone laterally bends the trunk to that side and rotates the trunk to the other side. Compresses the abdomen and supports the
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Shoulder Muscles
Origin – Posterior crest of the ilium (via the Thoracolumbar fascia). Posterior sacrum. Spinous processes of T7-L5. Insertion – Intertubercular groove (between the greater and lesser tuberosities) of the humerus. Actions – Shoulder extension. Internal rotation
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Insertion: Runs inferiolaterally to Iliac crest and thoracolumbar fascia Transverse Abdominis Origin: Rectus sheath Insertion: thoracolumbar fascia, iliac crest lower ribs Quadratus Lumborum Origin: 12th rib, transverse processes of lumbar spine Origin: upper
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Anatomy, Fascia Layers
Aponeurosis can thin into a tendon and become a point of origin or insertion for other muscles. Some examples of aponeurotic fascia include the fascia of limbs, thoracolumbar fascia, and rectus sheath. It is the thicker of the 2 subtypes that are normally easily
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Canine Muscles: Origins, Insertions, Actions and …

Thoracolumbar fascia. 49 of 95 Latissimus Dorsi Insertion Teres major tuberosity 50 of 95 Latissimus Dorsi Action Transverse processes of lumbar vertebrae and caudal ribs; caudal margin of ribs cranial to ribs of origin; transverse process of C7. 54 of 95
Muscles of the Trunk Flashcards by ProProfs
Transversus Abdominis Deepest of the flat muscles Deep to this muscle is transversalis fascia. Origin: Inguinal ligament, costal cartilages 7-12, the iliac crest and thoracolumbar fascia. Insertion: Conjoint tendon, xiphoid process, linea alba and the
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Origin and Insertion for Back and Neck Muscles Quiz
O: ribs, sacrum, iliac crest, and thoracolumbar fascia I: thoracolumbar fascia, ribs, transverse processes O: spinous processes of T11-L2 vertebrae I: inferior 8-12 ribs near their angles O: iliolumbar ligament, iliac crest I: inferior border of rib 12, tips of lumbar
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 · Latissimus dorsi Origin Via thoracolumbar fascia (TLF) from spinous processes of T6– T12, lumbar and sacral vertebrae and iliac crest. Also lower 3–4 ribs and bottom (inferior) edge of scapula Insertion Top of the humerus (anterior) Joint crossed Shoulder (glenohumeral) joint Joint action Origin fixed: adducts and extends arm.
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Latissimus Dorsi: Anatomy and Function
When it comes to the lats, the origin is complicated, but the insertion is simple. At the top, the lats muscle originates from the bottom six thoracic vertebrae and the last three or four ribs. Part of the origin also includes the thoracolumbar fascia at the level of the lumbar and sacral vertebrae, as well as the back one-third of the outside part of the top of your hip bone.
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Thoracolumbar Junction Pain Syndrome: a Cause of …

 · While dysfunction of the thoracolumbar junction (TLJ) is a common occurrence in adult patients, 1,2 there seems to be a paucity of evidence for how to conservatively manage the condition. 3 While the TLJ has traditionally been thought to span T12-L1, various studies suggest that it may extend from T9-L2. 4-6 Robert Maigne first proposed the existence of Thoracolumbar Junction (TLT) Pain
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Origin: first 2-3 sternebra Insertion: Insertion: cranial surface of humerus Action: adduct limb, extend shoulder Innervation: pectoral Origin: thoracolumbar fascia, last 2-3 limbs Insertion: teres major tubercle of humerus Action: draw free limb caudally, flex
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Anat- Abdominal Wall Muscles
internal oblique: origin thoracolumbar fascia, anterior two-thirds of iliac crest, lateral half of inguinal ligament internal oblique: insertion inferior border of 10th-12th ribs, linea alba, and pubis via conjoint tendon internal oblique: innervation
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Select the correct label and characteristic for each of the featured muscles. Transversus abdominis: Origin inguinal ligament, linea alba thoracolumbar fascia, & iliac crest External abdominal oblique Insertion: linea alba and costal cartilages 7-10 Rectus abdominis
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ANA 407 Study Guide – Quiz Guide: Rhomboid Minor Muscle, Thoracolumbar Fascia, Levator Scapulae Muscle 42 views 5 pages OC944391 26 May 2016 School University at Buffalo Department Anatomical Sciences Course ANA 407 Professor Karnes
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Multifidus has a good lever arm for spinal extension due to its origin and insertion points. The muscle is a true lumbar extensor. In addition to extending the lumbar spine the muscle also acts as a stabilizer. As the muscle is encased in the thoracolumbar fascia