Rhomboid Major Muscle

Rhomboid Major Muscle

The rhomboid major is a skeletal muscle on the back that connects the scapula with the vertebrae of the spinal column. In human anatomy, it acts together with the rhomboid minor to keep the scapula pressed against thoracic wall and to retract the scapula toward the vertebral column.

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... Position of rhomboid major muscle (shown in red) Left scapula ... Dorsal surface Surface anatomy of the back ...

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