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Obliquus Capitis Inferior

Summary Information: Obliquus Capitis Inferior

Obliquus Capitis Inferior: The obliquus capitis inferior is a paired muscle located in the posterior neck. The obliquus capitis inferior originates on the spinous process of the axis and inserts on the transverse process of the atlas. The obliquus capitis inferior rotates the head to the side. It is innervated by the suboccipital nerve.

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

Closely Related Organs: Obliquus Capitis Inferior

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Obliquus Capitis Inferior

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Sub Parts: Obliquus Capitis Inferior

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Obliquus Capitis Inferior

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