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  • 1. 4 Anatomy of The Spine
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  • 22. Muscles of the Back Muscles of the Back Superficial Intermediate Deep
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  • 24. Extrinsic Muscles of the Back Superficial Muscles connect the upper limb to the vertebral column. They move the UL Trapezius Latissimus Dorsi Rhomboid Major & Minor Levator scapulae
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  • 27. Extrinsic Muscles of the Back Intermediate group includes accessory muscles of respiration Serratus posterior Superior Serratus posterior Inferior Levators Costarum
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  • 29. Intrinsic Muscles of the Back The Deep Muscles of the Back Superficial Intermediate Deep
  • 30. Deep Muscles of the Back Erector Spinae Splenius Superficial group
  • 31. Deep Muscles of the Back Splenius Cervicis Splenius Capitis Splenius Muscles
  • 32. Deep Muscles of the Back Iliocostalis Longissimus Spinalis Erector Spinae
  • 33. Deep Muscles of the Back Semispinalis Multifidus Rotators Intermediate group: Transversospinalis
  • 34. Deep Muscles of the Back Interspinalis Intertransversarii Deep group
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  • 48. Describe the suboccipital triangle