levator scapulae (muscle)(redirected from musculus levator anguli scapulae)
le·va·tor scap·u·lae (mus·cle)[TA]
extrinsic muscle of the shoulder; origin, from posterior tubercles of transverse processes of four upper cervical vertebrae; insertion, into superior angle of scapula; action, raises the scapula; nerve supply, dorsal scapular nerve.
Synonym(s): musculus levator scapulae [TA], elevator (muscle) of scapula, musculus levator anguli scapulae
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