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The development of the vertebral column begins with the notochord. This structure is located beneath the neural tube, which gives rise to the brain and spinal cord. The cranial end of the notochord forms first, and the development of the notochord then proceeds in a caudal direction. When fully developed, the definitive regions of the spinal cordare the telencephalon, diencephalon, mesencephalon (midbrain), metencephalon (pons) with the cerebellum (rhombencephalon), myelencephalon (medulla oblongata) and myelon (spinal cord).

The nucleus pulposus can herniate through the annulus fibrosus and compress the adjacent nerve root. There are eight cervical nerves and seven cervical vertebrae. Nerve C1 passes above the C1 vertebra. Inferior to C1, the nucleus compresses the nerve one segment lower than the vertebra. Thus, the disc at C8-T1 will compress the T1 nerve root. The nerve roots at C8 and T1 are the most commonly injured in the cervical segments. Such lesions can involve the brachial plexus. Compression of the T1 nerve root damages the medial cord of the brachial plexus, which contributes to the ulnar nerve and forms part of the median nerve. Thus, damage to the T1 nerve root will cause extreme damage to the intrinsic muscles of the hand due to damage to the ulnar and median nerves.To deepen this stretch, use your hand to apply gentle pressure to your head. If it’s comfortable, stretch the SCM muscle by gently lifting your chin while in the stretch. Scalene stretch Obliquus capitis superior, that arises from the transverse process of atlas and inserts on the occipital bone, between the superior and inferior nuchal lines. The intermediate part arises from the anterior surface of bodies of vertebrae C5-T3 and inserts into the anterior surface of bodies of vertebrae C2-C4. The cervical ganglia are a trio of sympathetic nervous system ganglia that lie alongside the vertebral column. The superior cervical ganglion lies at the C2-C3 intervertebral level, while the middle cervical ganglion lies at the C6-C7 intervertebral level. The interior cervical ganglion is fused with the first thoracic ganglion to create the stellate ganglion at the C7-T1 intervertebral level. The transverse part is composed of the middle fibers of trapezius, that originate from the nuchal ligament of the spinous processes of vertebrae C1-C6, and spinous processes and supraspinous ligaments of vertebrae C7-T3. These fibers pass horizontally to insert onto the medial acromial margin and the superior crest of the scapular spine.

Thinking of the intervertebral disc as a jelly doughnut may be helpful. The outer doughnut portion is analogous to the annulus fibrosus. The jelly center can be considered analogous to the nucleus pulposus.The literature suggests that in the adult, the notochord does not contribute to the nucleus pulposus. [5] I’ll share with you my knowledge about fitness and lifestyle topics, as well as provide some “food for thought” through high-quality articles and videos. Mindset is key, mark my words, mate. You embody what you have in mind. Superheroes resemble Avengers with both powerful bodies and moral values, don’t they? Aren’t villains all shifty and soft-bodied? Now that you’re here, we both know what direction you want to take. ✅ Trying to achieve your full potential? All four of the suboccipital muscles are innervated by the suboccipital nerve (C1), and vascularized by the vertebral artery and the deep descending branches of the occipital artery.

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You may have already started reading some articles for inspiration. Keep on, mate! If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment! Suboccipital muscles: Four muscles just below the occipital bone at the base of your skull. They help extend your head in different directions. When the vertebral column is fixed, the muscle produces elevation of the 1st rib, which combined with the action of the external intercostals expands the antero-posterior diameter of the thoracic cage. This action is important during forced respiration. The vertebrae are formed from the sclerotomal portion of the somites (soma is Greek for "body"). The 42 pairs of somites are composed of the paraxial mesoderm of the embryo. [4]Sclerotomes, myotomes, symetotomes, and dermatomes are all subdivisions of somites. Somites give rise to the muscles, the vertebral column, and dermatomes (the sensory supply from a given spinal cord nerve).

The sternocleidomastoid muscle is innervated by the accessory nerve (CN XI) and anterior rami of spinal nerves C2 and C3. Vascular supply to this muscle is derived from branches of the occipital, posterior auricular, superior thyroid and suprascapular artery. The posterior scalene is the smallest and most posterior of the scalene muscles that arises from the posterior tubercles of transverse processes of cervical vertebrae C4-C6. It then extends posterolaterally and inserts into the external surface of the second rib. Lee S, et al. (2017). Effects of the cervical flexion angle during smartphone use on muscle fatigue and pain in the cervical erector spinae and upper trapezius in normal adults in their 20s. The function of the anterior scalene muscle depends on its point of action and whether the muscle acts alone or together with its contralateral counterpart.

Anterior neck muscles

Healthline has strict sourcing guidelines and relies on peer-reviewed studies, academic research institutions, and medical associations. We avoid using tertiary references. You can learn more about how we ensure our content is accurate and current by reading our editorial policy. The digastric muscle is a small muscle situated below the mandible, that extends from the mastoid process of temporal bone to the chin. The muscle is composed of a posterior and an anterior belly, connected by an intermediate tendon, which represents their common insertion point. C2, the axis, articulates superiorly with C1 via a unique bony structure called the dens or odontoid process. The dens projects up from the vertebral body and articulates with the atlas. The dens permits pivoting motion and allows a greater range of motion in rotating the head laterally. The function of the sternocleidomastoid muscle depends on whether the muscle acts alone or together with its contralateral counterpart. The suboccipital muscles are four small muscles found in the suboccipital region, deep to the semispinalis muscles. These are:



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