Elevator muscle of the scapula
- It takes its origin on the dorsal tubers of the transverse processes of C1 has C4.
- Its way is overall oblique in bottom and outwards; actually it is spiral since the apical fibers move rather in-inside, enough verticals; and the caudal ones in-outside more horizontal.
- the muscle finishes on the angle apico-médial (or supéro-medial) of the scapula.
- If this muscle is lifting scapula, it is also, with the Muscle rhomboïde, rapprochor of the member on the thorax by rotation médiale or spinale (in the direction of the needles of a watch) which it involves.
- It in is done by the dorsal nerve of the scapula and the cervical rachidian roots C4 and C5.
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