Quadratus lumborum 3D

  • Description                                                    
    • * Originates from the transverse processes of L3–L5 spine, iliolumbar ligament, and iliac crest.
    • * Inserts at the lower border of last rib, and transverse processes of L1–L3.
    • * Is supplied by subcostal nerve L1–L3.
    • * Depresses rib 12 and flexes the trunk laterally.

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  • Description                                                    
    • * Originates from the transverse processes of L3–L5 spine, iliolumbar ligament, and iliac crest.
    • * Inserts at the lower border of last rib, and transverse processes of L1–L3.
    • * Is supplied by subcostal nerve L1–L3.
    • * Depresses rib 12 and flexes the trunk laterally.

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