Anatomy

The following section is concerned with all anatomical aspects of the cervical spine. This includes bony structures, joints, ligaments and myology.
The myology part consists not only of origin and insertion of each relevant muscle, but also of function and innervation.  However, only structures relevant for the cervical spine are mentioned. All information is extracted from Magee’s Physical Orthopedic Assessment  and THIEME Atlas of Anatomy.
Images are taken from Visible body.


Bones, Ligaments, Joints
Myology