Flashcards in Ribs Deck (50)
What does a rib head articulate with?
Inferior costal facet of vertebra ABOVE
Superior costal facet of vertebra of SAME level
What does a rib tubercle articulate with?
Transverse process of vertebra of SAME level
For Rib 6, state what it articulates with
Inferior costal facet of T5
Superior costal facet and transverse process T6
Which ribs only articulate with their own vertebra?
1, 10, 11, 12
Which ribs do not have costal tubercles?
11 and 12
- Do not articulate with transverse processes
What are the typical ribs?
3-9 and sometimes 10
What are the Atypical ribs?
1, 2, 11, 12 and sometimes 10
What are the true ribs?
What are the false ribs?
What are the floating ribs?
Which ribs do NOT have an anterior attachment?
11 and 12
The sternal angle is equivalent to what rib?
Why is it important to know which muscles attach to which ribs?
The muscle can cause a rib somatic dysfunction of that rib that it is attached to
Anterior scalene and Middle scalene attach to what ribs?
Posterior scalene attaches to what rib?
Pectoralis minor attaches to what ribs?
Serratus Anterior attaches to what ribs?
Latissiumus Dorsi attaches to what ribs?
Quadratus Lumborum attaches to what ribs?
Action of the scalene muscles?
Elevate ribs 1/2
Action of the external intercostal muscles?
The external intercostal muscles run from where to where?
Spine to costal cartilages
The internal intercostal muscles run from where to where?
Costal angle to sternum
The innermost intercostal muscles run from where to where?
Costal angle to costal cartilages
Action of the internal and innermost intercostal muscles?
Where is neurovasculature found between ribs?
INFERIOR surface in the costal groove of the rib
Between what muscles is the neurovasculature found between ribs?
Between the innermost and internal intercostal muscles
What ribs is the Diaphragm attached to?
Bottom 6 (6-12)
The bucket handle motion is around what axis?
Anterior - Posterior axis