Deep Layer Of Intrinsic Back Muscles (transversospinalis Muscles)


Deep Layer Of Intrinsic Back Muscles (transversospinalis Muscles)

Deep Layer Of Intrinsic Back Muscles (transversospinalis Muscles)

Deep Layer Of Intrinsic Back Muscles (transversospinalis Muscles)

A. Multifidus, levator costarum, intertransversarii, and thoracolumbar fascia.
B. Rotatores and levatores costarum.


Deep to the erector spinae is an obliquely disposed group of much shorter muscles, the transversospinalis muscle group consisting of the semispinalis, multifidus, and rotatores. These muscles originate from transverse processes of vertebrae and pass to spinous processes of more superior vertebrae. They occupy the “gutter” between the transverse and the spinous processes and are attached to these processes, the laminae between them, and the ligaments linking them together.

Source: Clinically Oriented Anatomy

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