By Stephen Goldberg, Hugue Ouellette
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Note that some of the muscles are our old friends that act LEVATORES COSTARUM external intercostal m. - homologous with the external oblique muscle; most superficial of the intercostal muscles (2) internal intercostal m. - homologous with the internal oblique; the intermediate muscle layer (3) transversus thoracis and innermost intercostal m. homologous with the transversus abdominis; the deepest muscle layer (4) external oblique m. (5) internal oblique m. (6) transversus abdominis m. (1) The abdominal muscles are the most important muscles of expiration.
Cartilage Cartilaginous areas of the body include: 1. The firm framework of the ear and the lateral 1/3 of the external auditory canal. 2. Points of connection between the skull bones. Such cartilaginous areas generally disappear with age. 3. Part of the auditory (Eustachian) tube. 4. The firm areas of the nose, anterior to the nasal bone, including the anterior aspect of the nasal septum. 5. The larynx (including thyroid, cricoid, arytenoid, corniculate, cuneiform, and epiglottic cartilages) and the tracheal and bronchial rings (fig.
They are among the deepest lying muscles, but are not oblique. They interconnect adjacent vertebral spines (extension - interspinales) or adjacent transverse processes (extension and/or lateral bending - intertransversarii). Flexors of the spine are generally located in one of two locations - the neck (fig. 4-21) o'r the lower back and abdomen (fig. 4-22). Fig. 4-21. Schematic view of the flexors of the neck. Flexors ofthe neck fan out like a lampshade. ---Ribs I a 2 Longus muscles Spinal column LONGUS CAPITIS LONGUS COLLI V V Figure 4-21 35 CHAPTER 4.
Clinical anatomy made ridiculously simple by Stephen Goldberg, Hugue Ouellette