Scalene muscles: origins, insertions, innervation and actions (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Scalene muscles: origins, insertions, innervation and actions (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub


Hello, everyone! This is Joao from Kenhub,
and welcome to another anatomy tutorial where, this time, we’re going to be talking about
the scalene muscles. And before I talk about this group of muscles,
I need to show you where you can find them. To do so, I’m showing you right now an image
of the anterior view of your neck with some of the muscles that you find in this region
of your body. And I’m going to, now, just remove all of
these muscles to just expose the group that we’re going to be talking about, which is
the scalene muscles. Now, on this tutorial, we’re going to be
talking about their anatomy, so we’re going to be talking about their origins, insertions,
innervation, functions, as well as some related clinical aspects. And in addition to their kinetic functions
on the neck, they are important accessory muscles of inspiration. So it is important
to learn and understand how they work. Now, the scalene muscle group contains three
muscles… Hey guys, as you can see, this video is a
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4 Replies to “Scalene muscles: origins, insertions, innervation and actions (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub”

  1. Hello, hello! It has been a joy working on this video about the scalene muscles. It is such a difficult topic to learn! Hopefully we were able to simplify it for you. Even without becoming a Kenhub Premium member, you can still learn anatomy with us. So check out this free article on the anatomy of the scalene muscles: https://khub.me/f49e9 Thanks for watching!

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