Deep Layers Of Intrinsic Back Muscles

 

Deep Layers Of Intrinsic Back Muscles

 
Deep Layers Of Intrinsic Back Muscles

Deep Layers Of Intrinsic Back Muscles

A. The transversospinalis muscle group (major deep layer— purple ) is deep to the erector spinae. The short lumbar rib is articulating with the transverse process of L1 vertebra. This common variation does not usually cause a problem; however, those unfamiliar with its possible presence may think it is a fractured transverse process.

B. Deeper dissection showing the rotatores and multifidus. The levatores costarum muscles represent the intertransversarii muscles in the thoracic region.

C. Minor deep layer: interspinales, intertransversarii, and levatores costarum.

Source: Clinically Oriented Anatomy

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