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longissimus capitis muscle

longissimus capitis muscle in Medicine

longissimus capitis muscle lon·gis·si·mus cap·i·tis muscle (lŏn-jĭs'ə-məs cāp'ĭ-tĭs)
A muscle with origin from the upper thoracic vertebrae and the lower and middle cervical vertebrae, with insertion into the mastoid process, with nerve supply from the dorsal branches of the cervical nerves, and whose action keeps the head erect and draws it backward or to one side.

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