Carmen Castro Cuevas Las cadenas musculares: L. Supracostales Banda de Intercostales Med. Serrato Mn. B Pectoral Mn. E Redondo My.
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Carmen Castro Cuevas Las cadenas musculares: L. Supracostales Banda de Intercostales Med. Serrato Mn. B Pectoral Mn. E Redondo My. Antonio Cabrera Perona Las cadenas musculares: L. Intercostales Ext.
Intercostales Int. Oblicuo My. Oblicuo Mn. E Escalenos d. F Esplenio del Cuello i. E F B Pectoral Mn. C Serrato Ant. D Romboides-Trapecio d. Cadena de Ex G Piramidal del Abdomen i. I Esplenio de la Cabeza i. K K Subclavio d. L Pectoral My. N M M Redondo My. N Romboides d. Cuadrado Lumbar i. B Redondo My. D Escalenos i. E Esplenio del Cuello d. G H Trapecio Sup. K J Trapecio Inf. L K Pectoral Mn.
Aponeurosis craneales Fascias cervicales Fascias del trapecio Fascias deltoideas Fascia braquial Tabique intermuscular Tabique intermuscular ext. Deltoides Ant. Palmar My. Palmar Mn. Cubital Ant. Deltoides Post. Supraespinoso Infraespinoso Deltoides Med. Redondo Mn. Subescapular Deltoides Ant. Redondo My. D Psoas-Iliaco Psoas Mn.
Gemelo Sup. Obturadores Gemelo Inf. Cuadrado Crural Recto Ant. Tibial Ant. Tibial Post. Aductor Med. Aductor My.
Recto Int. Vasto Int. Semitendinoso Gemelo Ext.
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The study of the relation between occlusion and posture makes us understand human beings as a whole, in such a way that it is not possible to separate the mouth study from the study of the rest of the body. Within this structured whole, the concept of the postural scheme and its regulation become indispensable in order to understand the relation. The dynamic combination of three models neurophysiologic, biomechanical and psychosomatic , acting as a single one, are the base of the very same model. From a clinical point of view, the relation between occlusion and posture is clearly conspicuous when observing, in a great deal of patients, an improvement at a muscular level after an occlusal procedure. However, not all the scientific community acknowledges this correlation. The balanced situation established by a proper relation between occlusion and posture might be missing in the case of occlusal alterations, for instance, in unilateral crossbite, which entails a functional disequilibrium that derives in skeletal and muscular compensations with consequences at various levels. In the present article we intend to compile the studies on the regulation of the posture with regards to the different types of stimulus, among them the occlusion one, which our body receives and which are able to modify the posture.
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