Dorsal Primary Rami


All the muscles, ligaments and fascia of the back are innervated by nerves of the dorsal primary rami. The zygapophyseal joints along with their capsuls and ligaments are also included as well as most of the skin and posterior aspects of the vetebrae. For the most part these nerves are much shorter than their ventral counterparts.


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