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Latissimus Dorsi

Latissimus dorsi (lat) is a large, flat triangular muscle which is also the widest muscle in the human body. It begins in the lower portion of the back and tapers as it ascends to a narrow tendon that attaches to the humerus anteriorly. Due to which the

Intervertebral Joints

The Intervertebral Joints are created: Between the bodies of the vertebrae Between the articular processes of the vertebra Joints Between The Bodies Of The Vertebrae Thin plates of hyaline cartilages cover the inferior and superior surfaces of the adjacent vertebral bodies, which then are linked by fibrocartilaginous

Multifidus Muscles

The Multifidus muscles is the second group of muscles towards the semispinalis situated deep within this group, span the length of the vertebral column, going through a lateral point of beginning upwards then medially in order to connect with spinous processes and also extending amongst two and

Thoracolumbar Fascia

Thoracolumbar Fascia is the deep fascia on the rear of the trunk. It does the work of binding the vertebral column to the posterolateral surfaces of the vertebral bodies. The thoracolumbar fascia is divided into 2 parts: Lumbar part of thoracolumbar fascia Thoracic part of thoracolumbar fascia

Filum Terminale

The conical shaped caudal end of the spinal cord lies on the rostral border of the second lumbar vertebra called the conus medullaris. A thin filament covered in pia and including glial cells, ependymal cells, and astrocytes arises out of the conus medullaris. This filament is referred

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