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Sacrospinalis Medical Definition | Merriam-Webster Medical ...

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Erector spinae muscles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Structure. The erector spinæ is not just one muscle, but a bundle of muscles and tendons. It is paired and runs more or less vertically. It extends throughout the ...

Sacrospinalis | definition of sacrospinalis by Medical ...

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sacrospinalis [sak′rōspīnal′is] Etymology: L, sacer + spina, backbone the superficial longitudinal muscle mass on either side of the vertebral column. It is ...

Sports Injury Clinic: Erector Spinae

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The erector spinae (sometimes known as sacrospinalis) is often described as a group of different muscles called iliocostalis, longissimus and spinalis.

Sacrospinalis: very thick lateral portion of an epaxial ...

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Sacrospinalis. Sacrospinalis is a very thick, lateral portion of an epaxial muscle in mammals which continues anteriorly up to the neck and divides into three muscles ...

Musculus sacrospinalis - RightDiagnosis.com

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Musculus sacrospinalis information including symptoms, causes, diseases, symptoms, treatments, and other medical and health issues.

Sacrospinalis - Northwest Seed & Pet

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Sacrospinalis is a very thick, lateral portion of an epaxial muscle in mammals which continues anteriorly up to the neck and divides into three muscles: semispinalis ...

Spinalis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Spinalis dorsi. Spinalis dorsi, the medial continuation of the sacrospinalis, is scarcely separable as a distinct muscle. It is situated at the medial side of the ...

sacrospinalis - Wiktionary

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sacrospinalis. Wikipedia has an article on: sacrospinalis. Wikipedia The erector spinae, a muscle group of the back in humans and animals.

Sacrospinalis muscle | definition of Sacrospinalis muscle ...

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