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The suboccipital triangle is bordered by the Oliquus Capitis Superior and Inferior muscles and well as the Rectus Capitis Major muscle. The structures within the triangle are the vertebral artery and the suboccipital nerve.
Head lice, or pediculosis capitis, is caused by an infestation of head lice, peduculis humanus capitis. It is spread by direct head to head contact with an infected person. Transmission by bedding, clothing, or headgear is possible, though less common.
Not every relation is a function. But every function is a relation. Function is just a part of relation.
The cubic function.
Rotate the head from one side to another.
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sternocleidomastoid, splenius capitis, semispinalis capitis
The sternocleidomastoid muscles are the major muscles that assist you in flexing the neck, along with the longus capitis and a few other small deep muscles of the anterior neck. These flex the neck and head forward or anteriorly. The splenius capitis, semispinalis capitis and longissimus capitis are the major extensor muscles of the neck. These extend the neck upward and backward or posteriorly.
tinia capitis (infection of the scalp.)
The rectus capitis posterior minor is attached to the dura mater as well as the spinal dura. Its' function is to protect fluid flow during head extension.
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Pediculosis humanus capitis is the head louse.
Selenium sulfide is used against tinea capitis.
It's the splenius capitis.
Pediculus humanus capitis
trapezius, splenius muscles, and semispinalis muscles