semispinalis


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semispinalis

(sĕm″ē-spī-năl′ĭs) [L.]
The deep layer of muscle of the back on either side of the spinal column. It is divided into the following three parts: the semispinalis capitis, semispinalis cervicis, and semispinalis thoracis.
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In the overall trace method, the surrounding edges of the longissimus thoracis, trapezius, semispinalis dorsi and semispinalis capitis muscles were automatically traced by auto trace operation in the image analysis software (Figure 1).
0 cm in diameter for semispinalis dorsi muscle and 1 location 2.
The areas of the longissimus thoracis muscle in particular were relatively strongly correlated with semispinalis dorsi muscle (r = 0.
Bilateral sternokleidomastoid, splenius kapitis, semispinalis kapitis icin her kasa normal dozun %50-60 oraninda azaltilarak yapilmasi onerilmektedir.
Musculature removed during and debridement Retropharyngeal area Prevertebral fascia Longus capitis Longus colli Rectus capitis anterior Temporal fossa Medial pterygoid Lateral pterygoid Lower portion of temporalis Tensor veli palatini Levator veli palatini Portion of superior pharyngeal constrictor Portion of middle pharyngeal constrictor Neck Upper portion middle scalene Levator scapulae Splenius capitis Trapezius Sternocleidomastoid Occipitalis Longissimus capitis Semispinalis capitis Obliquus capitis superior Obliquus capitis inferior Rectus capitis posterior major Rectus capitis posterior minor Posterior belly digastric Stylohyoid Styloglossus Stylopharyngeus Buccinator
5 20-60 Levator veli palatini (unilateral, bilateral) ECR; ekstensor karpi radialis, ECU; ekstensor karpi ulnaris, FCR; fleksor karpi radialis, FCU; fleksor karpi ulnaris, SC; splenius kapitis, SCM; sternokleidomastoid, SS; semispinalis kapitis, TR; trapezius * Tiroaritenoid kasin bilateral enjeksiyonunda 7.
Semispinalis capitis; WLP is the abbreviation of water loss percentage; WC is the abbreviation of water content; WHC is the abbreviation of water-holding capacity; and IMF is the abbreviation of intramuscular fat.
More intimately associated with the paravertebral gutter are the short and long rotatores, overlaid by multifidus, semispinalis cervicis and semispinalis thoracis (Hollinshead 1969).