The muscle that serves as a landmark for dividing the neck into anterior and posterior triangles is theA) posterior scaleneB) splenius capitusC) semispinalis capitisD) anterior scaleneE)...

The muscle that serves as a landmark for dividing the neck into anterior and posterior triangles is the

A) posterior scalene
B) splenius capitus
C) semispinalis capitis
D) anterior scalene
E) sternocleidomastoid

aagosh | Student

E) sternocleidomastoid

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