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com·plex·us

(kom-plek'sŭs), Avoid the mispronunciation com'plexus. The plural of this word is complexus, not complexi.
[L. an embracing, encircling]

complexus

(kom-plek'sus) [L.]
Semispinalis capitis muscle.
See: muscle
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5 cm in diameter for semispinalis capitis muscle were selected rapidly on the monitor (Figure 2).
Measurements of beef marbling (fat area ratio) between longissimus thoracis, trapezius, semispinalis dorsi and semispinalis capitis muscles by image analysis Means SD (1) Minimum Maximum Longissimus thoracis Overall 0.
Ligaments: Longitudinal ligaments, transverse ligament of the atlas Muscles: Sternocleidomastoid, scalenes, splenius capitis, longissimus capitis, semispinalis capitis Mechanism of Neck Injuries Axial Compression: Usually occur when the cervical spine is in forward flexion but may occur at any position when a blow is delivered to the top of the skull.