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Middle Scalene

Summary Information: Middle Scalene

Middle Scalene: The middle scalene is a paired muscle located in the neck. The middle scalene originates on the cervical vertebrae and inserts on the first rib. The middle scalene has a variety of actions, including elevating the first rib during respiration and rotating the neck to the opposite side. It is innervated by the ventral rami.

Conditions that can afflict the middle scalene include whiplash, myalga, rupture, tears, strains, myopathy, atrophy, infectious myositis, neuromuscular diseases, lacerations and contusions.

Closely Related Organs: Middle Scalene

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Middle Scalene

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Other Names: Middle Scalene

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Sub Parts: Middle Scalene

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Middle Scalene

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