What muscles’ origin is at the Spinous Process of T7-L5; sacrum and iliac crest and inserts at the intertubercular groove?
What muscle origins at the Clavicle, sternum, superior six ribs; inserts at intertubercular groove?
origins lateral border of scapula inserts intertubercular groove?
Origins infraspinous fossa scapula; inserts greater tubercle?
Origins Subscapular fossa; inserts lesser tubercle?
Origins supraspinous fossa; inserts greater tubercle
Origins lateral border of scapula; inserts greater tubercle
origins long: supraglenoid tubercle, short: coracoid process; inserts radial tuberosity
origins anterior humerus; inserts ulnar tuberosity and coronoid process of ulna
origins long: infraglenoid tubercle, lateral: lateral and posterior humerus, medial: posterior humerus; insertion olecranon process of ulna
origins pubic crest, syphysis pubis; inserts xiphoid process and inferior ribs
origins 5-12 ribs; inserts iliac crest
origins iliac crest, lumar fascia; inserts 10-12 ribs
origins pubic crest, symphysis pubis; inserts xiphoid process inferior ribs
origins 7-12 ribs, iliac crest, lumbar fascia; inserts xiphoid process
origin 3-5 ribs; inserts coracoid process
origin T1-T4; inserts medial border scapula
origin C6-C7;inserts medial border of scapula
origin 1-9 ribs; medial border of scapula
origin ligament nuchae, C7-T12, external occipital protuberance; inserts clavicle, acromion process, scapular spine
origin clavicle, acromion process scapular spine, inserts deltoid tuberosity
origin T7-L5, sacrum, illiac crest;inserts intertubercular groove
Origin clavicle, sternum, 1-6 ribs; inserts intertubercular groove
origin lateral border scapula; intertubercular groove
origin supracondylar humerus;inersts styloid process of radius
origin medial epicondyle humerus; inserts 2-3 metacarpals




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