splenius


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either of two flat muscles that extend from the upper vertebrae to the base of the skull and serve to rotate or flex or extend the head and neck

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Surface EMG (Noraxon Telemyo 2400T V2, Scottsdale, AZ) was recorded from the upper (UES) and lower (LES) part of the erector spinae muscle, upper (URA) and lower (LRA) part of the rectus abdominis muscle, and from the splenius muscle (SPL) of a randomized side of the body.
Bilateral sternokleidomastoid, splenius kapitis, semispinalis kapitis icin her kasa normal dozun %50-60 oraninda azaltilarak yapilmasi onerilmektedir.
The muscular floor of the triangle comprises (from superior to inferior): splenius capitis, levator scapulae, and scalenus medius and posterior (Bruce et al 1967, Drake et al 2005, Grant and Basmajian 1965, Last 1978, Moore and Dalley 2006, Wood Jones 1953, Woodburne and Burkel 1988, Zuckerman 1961) (see Figure 1).
Ligaments: Longitudinal ligaments, transverse ligament of the atlas Muscles: Sternocleidomastoid, scalenes, splenius capitis, longissimus capitis, semispinalis capitis Mechanism of Neck Injuries Axial Compression: Usually occur when the cervical spine is in forward flexion but may occur at any position when a blow is delivered to the top of the skull.
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Extension and rotation--Sternocleidomastoideus, Rectus Capitus Posterior, Semispinalis Capitus, and Splenius Capitus.
10] In addition, the craniocervical region is supported by the longus capitis muscle anteriorly and the suboccipital extensor, semispinalis, and splenius capitis muscles posteriorly.
Muscle group Electrode placements Action Reference associated electrode with muscles Splenius Over the muscle belly RPO, RLF, C7 spinous capitis (SC) at C2/3 level between RAO, LPO, process the uppermost parts of LLF, LAO trapezius and sternocleidomastoid Sternocleidomastoid Over the muscle belly, RLF, RAO, Acromion (SCM) about 1/3 of the LLF, LAO, length rostral to the F sternal attachment Cervical paraspinal 2 cm from the midline E, RPO, T1 spinous group (CPG); at C4 level LPO, process trapezius, capitis and cervicis groups) Table 3.
Key trigger point Associated satellite trigger point sternocleidomastoid temporalis, masseter upper trapezius temporalis, masseter scalene deltoid, extensor carpi radialis, extensor digitorum communis splenius capitis temporalis supraspinatus deltoid, extensor carpi radialis infraspinatus biceps brachii pectoralis minor flexor carpi radialis, flexor carpi ulnaris latissimus dorsi triceps brachii, flexor carpi ulnaris serratus posterior superior triceps brachii, extensor digitorum communis, extensor carpi ulnaris quadratus lumborum gluteus maximus, piriformis piriformis hamstrings hamstrings gastrocnemius, soleus
Basi saga-sola osilasyonlar yapanlarda (hayirhayir tremoru) her iki splenius kapitis, one arkaya salinimi olanlarda (evet-evet tremoru) bir veya iki sternokleidomastoid kasa enjeksiyon yapilmistir (5,6).
Effect of testosterone on insulin-like growth factor-I, androgen receptor, and myostatin gene expression in splenius and semitendinosus muscles in sheep.