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Levator Scapulae
Posted On May 25 2018. Updated On May 25 2018.
In human anatomy, the levator scapulae is a skeletal muscle situated at the back and side of the neck. As the name suggests, its main function is to lift the scapula.
Scalenus Medius
Posted On May 25 2018. Updated On May 25 2018.
The Scalenus medius, the largest and longest of the three scalene muscles, arises from the posterior tubercles of the transverse processes of the lower six cervical vertebræ.
Semispinalis Capitis
Posted On May 25 2018. Updated On May 25 2018.
The semispinalis capitis is innervated by the dorsal primary branches of the spinal nerves from C4 through C8.
Splenius Capitis
Posted On May 25 2018. Updated On May 25 2018.
The splenius capitis is a broad, straplike muscle in the back of the neck. It pulls on the base of the skull from vertebrae in the neck and upper thorax.
Sternocleidomastoid
Posted On May 25 2018. Updated On May 25 2018.
In human anatomy, the sternocleidomastoid muscle ( /ˌstɜrnɵˌkliːdɵˈmæstɔɪd/), also known as sternomastoid and commonly abbreviated as SCM, is a paired muscle in the superficial layers of the anterior portion of the neck.
Trapezius
Posted On May 25 2018. Updated On May 25 2018.
In human anatomy, the trapezius is a large superficial muscle that extends longitudinally from the occipital bone to the lower thoracic vertebrae and laterally to the spine of the scapula (shoulder blade).