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Fig. 9.13 Superficial muscles of the neck and interscapular region: dorsal view. The superficial fascia has been cleaned from the left side of the neck and shoulder to expose the superficial muscles. This removal also included the platysma muscle (see Figs 3.6 and 3.7) and the muscles of the auricular cartilages (see Figs 2.412.45). On the right side removal of the cleidocervical component of the brachiocephalic muscle and the cervical trapezius has exposed the extent of the cervical and capital parts of the rhomboid muscle. Comparable views of the neck from a lateral aspect are given in Figs 3.13 and 3.15.

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Jul 8, 2016 | Posted by in SUGERY, ORTHOPEDICS & ANESTHESIA | Comments Off on VERTEBRAL COLUMN

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