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Year 2021, Volume 15, Issue 1, 26 - 35, 29.04.2021

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  • Wallden M. The trapezius-clinical & conditioning controversies. J Body Mov Ther 2014;18:282–91.
  • Thelen E, Spencer JP. Postural control during reaching in young infants: a dynamic systems approach. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 1998;22:507–14.
  • Elliott JM, Jull GA, Noteboom JT, Durbridge GL, Gibbon WW. Magnetic resonance imaging study of cross-sectional area of the cervical extensor musculature in an asymptomatic cohort. Clin Anat 2007;20:35–40.
  • Stemper BD, Baisden JL, Yoganandan N, Pintar FA, Paskoff GR, Shender BS. Determination of normative neck muscle morphometry using upright mri with comparison to supine data. Aviat Space Environ Med 2010;81:878–82.
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  • Zanca GG, Oliveira AB, Ansanello W, Barros FC, Mattiello SM. EMG of upper trapezius-electrode sites and association with clavicular kinematics. J Electromyogr Kines 2014;24:868–74.
  • Reighard J, Jennings H. Anatomy of the cat. New York (NY): H. Holt and Company; 1901. 498 p.
  • Van Ee CA, Nightingale RW, Camacho DL, Chancey VC, Knaub KE, Sun EA, Myers BS. Tensile properties of the human muscular and ligamentous cervical spine. Stapp Car Crash J 2000;44:85–102.
  • O'Sullivan C, Meaney J, Boyle G, Gormley J, Stokes M. The validity of rehabilitative ultrasound imaging for measurement of trapezius muscle thickness. Man Ther 2009;14:572–8.
  • Li F, Laville A, Bonneau D, Laporte S, Skalli W. Study on cervical muscle volume by means of three-dimensional reconstruction. J Magn Reson Imaging 2014;39:1411–6.
  • Cutts A. Shrinkage of muscle fibres during the fixation of cadaveric tissue. J Anat 1988;160:75–8.
  • Cutts A, Seedhom BB. Validity of cadaveric data for muscle physiological cross-sectional area ratios: a comparative study of cadaveric and in-vivo data in human thigh muscles. Clin Biomech 1993;8:156– 62.
  • Gerber RJ, Wilks T, Erdie-Lalena C. Developmental milestones: motor development. Pediatr Rev 2010;31:267–77.
  • Basmajian JV, De Luca CJ. Muscles alive: their functions revealed by electromyography. 5th ed. Baltimore (MD): Williams & Wilkins; 1985. 561 p.
  • Martin DC, Medri MK, Chow RS, Oxorn V, Leekam RN, Agur AM, McKee NH. Comparing human skeletal muscle architectural parameters of cadavers with in vivo ultrasonographic measurements. J Anat 2001;199:429–34.
  • Kim S, Bleakney R, Boynton E, Ravichandiran K, Rindlisbacher T, McKee N, Agur A. Investigation of the static and dynamic musculotendinous architecture of supraspinatus. Clin Anat 2010;23:48–55.

Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study

Year 2021, Volume 15, Issue 1, 26 - 35, 29.04.2021

Abstract

Objectives: The elaborate morphometry of the human trapezius muscle facilitates its involvement in numerous active movements of the shoulder girdle and passive stabilization of the upper extremity. Despite its functional importance throughout the lifespan, little is known about the 3D architecture of trapezius at any post-natal timepoints. Accordingly, the aim of this preliminary cadaveric study was to digitize, quantify, model, and compare the 3D architecture of trapezius at two temporal extremes: infancy and adulthood. Methods: We examined trapezius in two female formalin-embalmed cadavers, aged 6 months and 72 years, respectively. We meticulously dissected each muscle, allowing us to digitize and model the comprehensive muscle architecture in situ at the fiber bundle level. We quantified standard architectural parameters to facilitate comparison between each functional partition of trapezius (i.e., descending, transverse, ascending) and proportionally between the infant and adult specimens. Results: We found markedly different patterns in fiber bundle length range, physiological cross-sectional area, and muscle volume within and between muscles. Notably, the proportional physiological cross-sectional area of the ascending and descending partitions was equal (1:1) in the infant, in contrast to 3:1 in the adult. The transverse partitions were proportionally similar, accounting for over half of the whole muscle physiological cross-sectional area in both specimens. Conclusion: This study provides preliminary insights into infant and adult trapezius architecture at an unparalleled level of detail and precision. The quantifiable architectural differences appear to coincide with functional development-a notion that warrants further investigation in larger samples and with longitudinal approaches.

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  • Olsen NJ, Park JH. Skeletal muscle abnormalities in patients with fibromyalgia. Am J Med Sci 1998;315:351–8.
  • Boyd RN, Morris ME, Graham HK. Management of upper limb dysfunction in children with cerebral palsy: a systematic review. Eur J Neurol 2001;8(Suppl 5):150–66.
  • Tasca G, Monforte M, Iannaccone E, Laschena F, Ottaviani P, Leoncini E, Boccia S, Galluzzi G, Pelliccioni M, Masciullo M, Frusciante R, Mercuri E, Ricci E. Upper girdle imaging in facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy. PLoS One 2014;9: e100292.
  • Powers SK, Lynch GS, Murphy KT, Reid MB, Zijdewind I. Disease-induced skeletal muscle atrophy and fatigue. Med Sci Sports Exerc 2016;48:2307–19.
  • Badura M, Grzonkowska M, Baumgart M, Szpinda M. Quantitative anatomy of the trapezius muscle in the human fetus. Adv Clin Exp Med 2016;25:605–9.
  • Wallden M. The trapezius-clinical & conditioning controversies. J Body Mov Ther 2014;18:282–91.
  • Thelen E, Spencer JP. Postural control during reaching in young infants: a dynamic systems approach. Neurosci Biobehav Rev 1998;22:507–14.
  • Elliott JM, Jull GA, Noteboom JT, Durbridge GL, Gibbon WW. Magnetic resonance imaging study of cross-sectional area of the cervical extensor musculature in an asymptomatic cohort. Clin Anat 2007;20:35–40.
  • Stemper BD, Baisden JL, Yoganandan N, Pintar FA, Paskoff GR, Shender BS. Determination of normative neck muscle morphometry using upright mri with comparison to supine data. Aviat Space Environ Med 2010;81:878–82.
  • Debernard L, Robert L, Charleux F, Bensamoun SF. Characterization of muscle architecture in children and adults using magnetic resonance elastography and ultrasound techniques. J Biomech 2011;44:397–401.
  • Adigozali H, Shadmehr A, Ebrahimi E, Rezasoltani A, Naderi F. Ultrasonography for the assessment of the upper trapezius properties in healthy females: a reliability study. Muscles Ligaments Tendons J 2016;6:167–72.
  • Mayoux-Benhamou MA, Barbet JP, Bargy F, Vallée C, Revel M. Method of quantitative anatomical study of the dorsal neck muscles. Surg Radiol Anat 1990;12:181–5.
  • Johnson G, Bogduk N, Nowitzke A, House D. Anatomy and actions of the trapezius muscle. Clin Biomech 1994;9:44–50.
  • Kamibayashi LK, Richmond FJ. Morphometry of human neck muscles. Spine 1998;23:1314–23.
  • Borst J, Forbes PA, Happee R, Veeger D. Muscle parameters for musculoskeletal modelling of the human neck. Clin Biomech 2011; 26:343–51.
  • Stiver ML, Käärid K, Kumbhare D, Agur AM. Comprehensive 3D architecture of the adult human trapezius: a cadaveric study. The FASEB Journal 2019;33:77.2–77.2.
  • Kim SY, Boynton EL, Ravichandiran K, Fung LY, Bleakney R, Agur AM. Three-dimensional study of the musculotendinous architecture of supraspinatus and its functional correlations. Clin Anat 2007;20: 648–55.
  • Fung L, Wong B, Ravichandiran K, Agur A, Rindlisbacher T, Elmaraghy A. Three-dimensional study of pectoralis major muscle and tendon architecture. Clin Anat 2009;22:500–8.
  • Agur AM, Ng-Thow-Hing V, Ball KA, Fiume E, McKee NH. Documentation and three-dimensional modelling of human soleus muscle architecture. Clin Anat 2003;16:285–93.
  • Lee D, Ravichandiran K, Jackson K, Fiume E, Agur A. Robust estimation of physiological cross-sectional area and geometric reconstruction for human skeletal muscle. J Biomech 2012;45:1507–13.
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  • Holtermann A, Roeleveld K, Mork PJ, Grönlund C, Karlsson JS, Andersen LL, Olsen HB, Zebis MK, Sjøgaard G, Søgaard K. Selective activation of neuromuscular compartments within the human trapezius muscle. J Electromyogr Kines 2009;19:896–902.
  • Zanca GG, Oliveira AB, Ansanello W, Barros FC, Mattiello SM. EMG of upper trapezius-electrode sites and association with clavicular kinematics. J Electromyogr Kines 2014;24:868–74.
  • Reighard J, Jennings H. Anatomy of the cat. New York (NY): H. Holt and Company; 1901. 498 p.
  • Van Ee CA, Nightingale RW, Camacho DL, Chancey VC, Knaub KE, Sun EA, Myers BS. Tensile properties of the human muscular and ligamentous cervical spine. Stapp Car Crash J 2000;44:85–102.
  • O'Sullivan C, Meaney J, Boyle G, Gormley J, Stokes M. The validity of rehabilitative ultrasound imaging for measurement of trapezius muscle thickness. Man Ther 2009;14:572–8.
  • Li F, Laville A, Bonneau D, Laporte S, Skalli W. Study on cervical muscle volume by means of three-dimensional reconstruction. J Magn Reson Imaging 2014;39:1411–6.
  • Cutts A. Shrinkage of muscle fibres during the fixation of cadaveric tissue. J Anat 1988;160:75–8.
  • Cutts A, Seedhom BB. Validity of cadaveric data for muscle physiological cross-sectional area ratios: a comparative study of cadaveric and in-vivo data in human thigh muscles. Clin Biomech 1993;8:156– 62.
  • Gerber RJ, Wilks T, Erdie-Lalena C. Developmental milestones: motor development. Pediatr Rev 2010;31:267–77.
  • Basmajian JV, De Luca CJ. Muscles alive: their functions revealed by electromyography. 5th ed. Baltimore (MD): Williams & Wilkins; 1985. 561 p.
  • Martin DC, Medri MK, Chow RS, Oxorn V, Leekam RN, Agur AM, McKee NH. Comparing human skeletal muscle architectural parameters of cadavers with in vivo ultrasonographic measurements. J Anat 2001;199:429–34.
  • Kim S, Bleakney R, Boynton E, Ravichandiran K, Rindlisbacher T, McKee N, Agur A. Investigation of the static and dynamic musculotendinous architecture of supraspinatus. Clin Anat 2010;23:48–55.

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Primary Language English
Subjects Health Care Sciences and Services
Journal Section Original Articles
Authors

Mikaela STİVER (Primary Author)
University of Toronto
0000-0002-8045-7291
Canada


Luke BRADSHAW This is me
University of Auckland
0000-0002-8722-8440
New Zealand


Ethan BREİNHORST This is me
University of Auckland
0000-0002-7535-1361
New Zealand


Anne AGUR This is me
University of Toronto
0000-0002-2303-3628
Canada


Seyed Ali MİRJALİLİ This is me
University of Auckland
0000-0002-1599-3573
New Zealand

Supporting Institution University of Toronto
Publication Date April 29, 2021
Published in Issue Year 2021, Volume 15, Issue 1

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Bibtex @research article { anatomy828627, journal = {Anatomy}, issn = {}, eissn = {1308-8459}, address = {}, publisher = {Turkish Society of Anatomy and Clinical Anatomy (TSACA)}, year = {2021}, volume = {15}, pages = {26 - 35}, doi = {}, title = {Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study}, key = {cite}, author = {Stiver, Mikaela and Bradshaw, Luke and Breinhorst, Ethan and Agur, Anne and Mirjalili, Seyed Ali} }
APA Stiver, M. , Bradshaw, L. , Breinhorst, E. , Agur, A. & Mirjalili, S. A. (2021). Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study . Anatomy , 15 (1) , 26-35 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/anatomy/issue/62417/828627
MLA Stiver, M. , Bradshaw, L. , Breinhorst, E. , Agur, A. , Mirjalili, S. A. "Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study" . Anatomy 15 (2021 ): 26-35 <https://dergipark.org.tr/en/pub/anatomy/issue/62417/828627>
Chicago Stiver, M. , Bradshaw, L. , Breinhorst, E. , Agur, A. , Mirjalili, S. A. "Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study". Anatomy 15 (2021 ): 26-35
RIS TY - JOUR T1 - Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study AU - Mikaela Stiver , Luke Bradshaw , Ethan Breinhorst , Anne Agur , Seyed Ali Mirjalili Y1 - 2021 PY - 2021 N1 - DO - T2 - Anatomy JF - Journal JO - JOR SP - 26 EP - 35 VL - 15 IS - 1 SN - -1308-8459 M3 - UR - Y2 - 2021 ER -
EndNote %0 Anatomy Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study %A Mikaela Stiver , Luke Bradshaw , Ethan Breinhorst , Anne Agur , Seyed Ali Mirjalili %T Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study %D 2021 %J Anatomy %P -1308-8459 %V 15 %N 1 %R %U
ISNAD Stiver, Mikaela , Bradshaw, Luke , Breinhorst, Ethan , Agur, Anne , Mirjalili, Seyed Ali . "Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study". Anatomy 15 / 1 (April 2021): 26-35 .
AMA Stiver M. , Bradshaw L. , Breinhorst E. , Agur A. , Mirjalili S. A. Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study. Anatomy. 2021; 15(1): 26-35.
Vancouver Stiver M. , Bradshaw L. , Breinhorst E. , Agur A. , Mirjalili S. A. Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study. Anatomy. 2021; 15(1): 26-35.
IEEE M. Stiver , L. Bradshaw , E. Breinhorst , A. Agur and S. A. Mirjalili , "Three-dimensional muscle architecture of the infant and adult trapezius: a cadaveric pilot study", Anatomy, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 26-35, Apr. 2021

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