*  Posterior interosseous artery - Wikipedia
... and runs down the back of the forearm between the superficial and deep layers of muscles, to both of which it distributes ... and anastomoses with the middle collateral branch of the profunda brachii, the posterior ulnar recurrent and the inferior ulnar ... branches. Where it lies upon the abductor pollicis longus and the extensor pollicis brevis, it is accompanied by the dorsal ...
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*  Iliopsoas - Wikipedia
... gets innervation from the L2-4 nerve roots of the lumbar plexus which also send branches to the superficial lumbar muscles. The ... It can cause pain in the low or mid back, SI joint, hip, groin, thigh, knee, or any combination. The iliopsoas ... The iliopsoas muscle is a composite muscle formed from the psoas major muscle, and the iliacus muscle. The psoas major ... Iliopsoas muscle Psoas abscess Iliopsoas tendonitis Muscles of the hip Thieme Atlas of Anatomy. Thieme. 2006. pp. 422-423. ISBN ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iliopsoas
*  Deep branch of radial nerve - Wikipedia
... and is prolonged downward between the superficial and deep layers of muscles, to the middle of the forearm. The deep branch ... branch at the cubital fossa. The deep branch of the radial nerve winds to the back of the forearm around the lateral side of ... Nurul Huda, Mohd Nor; Aye Aye, San; Fauziah, Othman (2014). "An Anomalous Pattern of Superficial Branch of Radial Nerve - A ... The deep branch of radial nerve and also known as posterior interosseous nerve is the nerve of extensor compartment of the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deep_branch_of_radial_nerve
*  Fascia of Colles - Wikipedia
The superficial branches of the internal pudendal artery. This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th ... This fascia not only covers the muscles in this region, but at its back part sends upward a vertical septum from its deep ... In the middle line, it is connected with the superficial fascia and with the median septum of the bulbospongiosus muscle. ... Posteriorly, it curves around the superficial transverse perineal muscle to join the lower margin of the inferior fascia of the ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fascia_of_Colles
*  Chiropractic: Modality of Movement | TheHorse.com
... superficial back muscles span large regions of the spine and ensure coordinated back movements. The smaller, deep back muscles ... As the nerves exit the spine, they divide into various branches. Some branches go to the joints, muscles, and skin of the back. ... and blood vessels of the back. The muscles of the head and neck can be categorized into superficial and deep muscle groups. The ... The abnormal weight bearing and altered gait can subsequently overwork or injure the associated neck or back muscles. Back ...
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*  Radial nerve - Wikipedia
It pierces the posterior extensor muscles and comes to lie between superficial and deep muscles of the back of the forearm. At ... it is divided into a superficial branch (primarily sensory) and a deep branch (primarily motor). The superficial branch of the ... The following are branches of the radial nerve (including the superficial branch of the radial nerve and the deep branch of the ... Muscular branches of the radial nerve Posterior brachial cutaneous nerve Dorsal antibrachial cutaneous nerve Superficial branch ...
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*  What is the Superficial Femoral Artery? (with pictures)
The superficial femoral artery is a major blood vessel in the front compartment of the thigh. The main purpose of the ... the deep branch goes on to supply blood to the deep muscles of the medial or inner thigh, while the superficial portion of the ... a muscle that is responsible for unlocking the knee joint. A major vessel that passes vertically down the center of the back of ... the superficial portion is distinguished where the common femoral branches off to form the deep femoral artery. The superficial ...
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*  Descending branch of occipital artery - Wikipedia
The superficial portion runs beneath the Splenius, giving off branches which pierce that muscle to supply the Trapezius and ... The descending branch of occipital artery, the largest branch of the occipital, descends on the back of the neck, and divides ... a branch of the costocervical trunk. The anastomosis between these vessels assists in establishing the collateral circulation ... anastomose with the ascending branch of the transverse cervical. The deep portion runs down between the Semispinales capitis ...
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*  What is the Anatomy of the Leg? (with pictures)
All the muscles of the anterior compartment assist in flexing the foot back toward the leg. These muscles can become inflamed ... At the back of the leg, the posterior group is divided into superficial and deep posterior compartments. Together these groups ... They supply the leg muscles with blood as they branch along the tibia and fibula. The leg is innervated by the sciatic nerve. ... There are four main muscle groups in the anatomy of the leg. At its front, major muscles in the anterior compartment include ...
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*  Cardiac nerve, middle | definition of cardiac nerve, middle by Medical dictionary
... superficial, and deep branches; distribution, ultimately to skin on front and back of medial part of hand, some flexor muscles ... nerve of quadrate muscle of thigh origin, ventral branches of ventral branches of L4-L5; distribution, inferior gemellus muscle ... superficial fibular nerve. Superficial peroneal nerve.. superficial peroneal nerve. One of the two major branches of the common ... It runs along the surface of the psoas major muscle where it divides into a genital branch and a femoral branch; the branches ...
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*  numb fingers | Fine Homebuilding | Breaktime
It has a branch called the superficial radial nerve that give sensation to the back of the base of the thumb and wrist. ... and has branches to a bunch of muscles in the front of the forearm, including most of the ones that bend your fingers. Then the ... The radial nerve comes off the brachial plexus (network of nerves in the armpit) in the back, winds around the back the humerus ... I've had some lower back problems and Jim got me back to "normal", as normal as possible. ...
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*  Supinator muscle - Wikipedia
... the supinator muscle The radial nerve divides into deep and sensory superficial branches just proximal to the supinator muscle ... which encircles the neck of the radius above the tuberosity and is attached to the back part of its medial surface; the greater ... The two planes arise in common - the superficial one by tendinous (the initial portion of the muscle is actually just tendon) ... It is innervated by the deep branch of the radial nerve. The deep branch then becomes the posterior interosseous nerve upon ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supinator_muscle
*  Auricular branch of posterior auricular artery - Wikipedia
... beneath the posterior auricular muscle, and is distributed to the back of the auricula, upon which it ramifies minutely, some ... It anastomoses with the parietal and anterior auricular branches of the superficial temporal artery. This article incorporates ... The auricular branch of posterior auricular artery is a small artery in the head. It branches off the posterior auricular ... branches curving around the margin of the cartilage, others perforating it, to supply the anterior surface. ...
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*  Occipital artery - Wikipedia
The superficial portion supplies the trapezius muscle and anastomoses with the ascending branch of the transverse cervical. The ... Auricular branch: supplies the back of the ear. In many specimens, this branch gives rise to the mastoid branch, which supplies ... This artery supplies blood to the back of the scalp and sterno-mastoid muscles, and deep muscles in the back and neck. At its ... Sternocleidomastoid branch: This branch divides into upper and lower branches in the carotid triangle. The upper branch ...
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*  Digital arteries, proper volar | definition of digital arteries, proper volar by Medical dictionary
Its branches include a superficial branch, which supplies blood to the gluteus maximus muscle, and a deep branch, which ... and trapezius muscles.. 2. a branch that descends to supply medial and deep back muscles; sometimes replaced by an artery ... collateral artery, inferior ulnar origin, brachial artery; branches, none; distribution, arm muscles at back of elbow. ... cervical artery, transverse origin, subclavian artery; branches, deep and superficial rami; distribution, root of neck, muscles ...
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*  BackLaboratoryIdentifications | Main | Structural Basis of Medical Practice
Deep muscles of the back * Splenius capitis - deep to trapezius, from nuchal ligament (spines of C7-T6) to lateral occipital ... Relations of levator scapulae - lateral: spinal accessory nerve and (superficial branch) transverse cervical artery ... Back - Laboratory Identifications Thoracoappendicular Muscles and Related Structures * Trapezius - superior attachment at ... Erector spinae - three muscles arising from common tendon on posterior sacrum * Spinalis lateral to vertebral spines and ...
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*  Medial pterygoid muscle - Wikipedia
The medial pterygoid (or internal pterygoid muscle), is a thick, quadrilateral muscle of mastication. The mandibular branch of ... The smaller, superficial head originates from the maxillary tuberosity and the pyramidal process of the palatine bone. Its ... fibers pass downward, lateral, and posterior, and are inserted, by a strong tendinous lamina, into the lower and back part of ... Medial pterygoid muscle Medial pterygoid muscle Medial pterygoid muscle Medial pterygoid muscle Medial pterygoid muscle ...
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*  Anatomy: The Abdomen
Genital branch goes through inguinal nerve to inguinal canal. It innervates the cremaster muscle. ... Posterior plane attaches to joins with the other muscles in the back. ... Superficial Epigastric Artery. VENOUS SUPPLY of Anterior Wall: The same as the veins above. *When using a needle to drain ... Muscles -- Three flat muscles plus the longitudinal rectus sheath muscle.. *External Abdominal Oblique -- muscle fiber ...
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*  Gray ramus communicans - Wikipedia
From here, the postganglionic sympathetic neuron can travel back out the grey ramus communicans of that level to the mixed ... ISBN 978-1-55009-030-7. Deep and superficial dissection of the lumbar plexus. Thoracic portion of the sympathetic trunk. Atlas ... The pelvic ganglia form grey rami communicantes whose lateral (postganglionic) branches supply the pelvic wall and lower limb. ... They supply blood vessels, sweat glands, and arrectores pilorum muscles. Lumbar ganglia have grey rami communicantes that ...
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*  Supraspinatous fossa - Wikipedia
The fossa can be exposed by the removal of skin and the superficial fascia of the back and the trapezius muscle. The ... The posterior branch of the suprascapular artery supplies the supraspinatous muscle. Dorsal scapular artery also gives off a ... Supraspinatus muscle originates from the supraspinatous fossa. Distal attachment of the levator scapulae muscle is also on the ... Supraspinatus muscle Scapula Clinically Oriented Anatomy (7th ed.). LWW. 2013-02-13. ISBN 9781451119459. Loudon, Janice Kaye; ...
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*  Untitled
2.1 medial branch 1.Ascending Pharyngeal Artery -- to pharynx 3.2 posterior branches 1.Occipital Artery -- back of neck and ... muscle. 1.As a result, parts of the superior root tag along the Hypoglossal to get to the strap muscles. 2.These muscles tag ... 2.Superficial Temporal Artery -- blood supply to temporal scalp 1.THE THYROCERVICAL TRUNK: Comes directly off the Subclavian. 1 ... 2.Contents: The Strap Muscles -- ARTERIES OF THE NECK: 1.BRANCHES OF THE EXTERNAL CAROTID: Following is a complete list of ...
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*  Chronic Pain Beneath Rib Cage On Right Side | HealthCentral
... that muscle covers the back of the chest wall and assist the shoulder movements; Michael Phelps has a very well formed Serratus ... These nerves branch out all over the chest wall and are superficial enough to be easily injured with a fall. ... Injuries to the chest wall can injure bones, muscles, or nerves. So, I would be looking at all of these things on exam. I would ... A Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) specialist can make this diagnosis, sometimes with the help of a nerve/muscle ...
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*  Superficial branch of radial nerve - Wikipedia
The medial branch communicates, above the wrist, with the dorsal branch of the lateral antebrachial cutaneous, and, on the back ... In the middle third of the forearm, it lies behind the same muscle, close to the lateral side of the artery. It quits the ... The superficial branch of the radial nerve passes along the front of the radial side of the forearm to the commencement of its ... The superficial branch of radial nerve is associated with an entrapment neuropathy called Wartenberg's syndrome. The nerve may ...
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*  Nerve plexus - Wikipedia
The deep branches innervate muscles, while the superficial branches supply areas of skin. A long branch (C4; nervus phrenicus) ... serves the back, abdomen, groin, thighs, knees, and calves Sacral plexus - serves the pelvis, buttocks, genitals, thighs, ... Common peroneal nerve and its branches innervate some part of the skin of the foot, the peroneal muscles of the leg and the ... This plexus lies within the psoas major muscle. Nervi of the plexus serve the skin and the muscles of the lower abdominal wall ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nerve_plexus
*  Semitendinosus muscle - Wikipedia
The semitendinosus (/ˌsɛmitɛndɪˈnoʊsəs/) is a long superficial muscle in the back of the thigh. It is so named because it has a ... The sciatic nerve branches into the deep fibular nerve and the tibial nerve. The tibial nerve innervates the semitendinosus as ... Back of left lower extremity. Semitendinosus muscle Semitendinosus muscle Semitendinosus muscle Muscles of thigh. Lateral view ... The semitendinosus muscle is one of three hamstring muscles that are located at the back of the thigh. The other two are the ...
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