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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Tubbs R.S et al [4] have demonstrated that the most accurate external landmark that can be estimated in reliably predicting the internal placement of proximal transverse sinus is the point of insertion of semispinalis capitis muscle (MSC).
Lee, "Intractable occipital neuralgia caused by an entrapment in the semispinalis capitis," Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society, vol.
Scap., levator scapulae; Semispinalis, semispinalis muscles; C7-T1, between the seventh cervical spine and the first thoracic spine; C6-C7, between the sixth cervical spine and the seventh cervical spine.
Correlation between spinal neuron counts and axial muscle histologic changes in 15 SBV-infected newborn calves, Belgium, January-March 2012 * Structure examined Control WBD/calf ID calves WBD-0 WBD-1 A B C D E F Axial muscles, histology Musculus semispinalis 0 NT 0 0 0 3 0 capitis, cas Musculus semispinalis 0 NT 1 0 0 2 0 capitis, ces Spinal cord Dorsal horn neurons, no.
She underwent bilateral occipital blocks alone and with trigger point injections of various muscles including the semispinalis capitis with varying results, all with limited duration of benefit.
En la region cervical posterior (C3-C7), los procesos espinosos proveen el area de insercion de los musculos profundos del cuello tales como semispinalis cervicis y multifidus cervicis, que permiten los movimientos laterales y de extension de esta region (Evans, 1993; Flores y Diaz, 2009).
Photographs of the loin cuts including longissimus thoracis, trapezius, semispinalis dorsi and semispinalis capitis muscles were taken with a scale using a digital camera (C-3100, Olympus Co., Tokyo, Japan) on the carcasses at meat markets.
Tortikolisde ipsilateral splenius kapitis ve kontralateral sternokleidomastoid kaslari, laterokolis de ipsilateral sternokle-idomastoid, splenius kapitis, skalen kaslar, levator skapula, semispinalis kapitis, longissimus kapitis ve diger postvertebral kaslar, omuz elevasyonunda ipsilateral trapezius ve levator skapula kaslari, retrokolisde bilateral splenius kapitis, trapez kasinin ust bolumu, semispinalis kapitis, longissimus kapitis ve diger derin postvertebral kaslar, anterokoliste ise bilateral sternokleidomastoid kaslari, skalen kaslar ve submental kaslar en sik etkilenen kas gruplaridir.
Depending on the location of the migraine, surgery could involve removal of the corrugator muscle group, avulsion of a trigeminal nerve branch, septoplasty/turbinectomy, or removal of a segment of the semispinalis capitis muscle.
Some texts also include scalenus anterior in the floor of the triangle (Drake et al 2005, Grant and Basmajian 1965, Wood Jones 1953), while others note that a small portion of semispinalis capitis may be visible at the apex of the triangle (Grant and Basmajian 1965, Last 1978, Wood Jones 1953, Zuckerman 1961).
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.
* Extension and rotation--Sternocleidomastoideus, Rectus Capitus Posterior, Semispinalis Capitus, and Splenius Capitus.