scalenus minimus muscle

sca·le·nus min·i·mus mus·cle

(skā-lē'nŭs min'i-mus mŭs'ĕl)
An occasional independent muscular fasciculus between the scalenus anterior and medius, and having the same action and innervation.

Albinus,

Bernhard Siegfried, German anatomist and surgeon, 1697-1770.
Albinus muscle - a facial muscle that draws angle of mouth laterally. Synonym(s): risorius muscle; scalenus minimus muscle

Sibson,

Francis, English anatomist, 1814-1876.
Sibson aortic vestibule - the anterosuperior portion of the left ventricle of the heart immediately below the aortic orifice. Synonym(s): aortic vestibule
Sibson aponeurosis - Synonym(s): suprapleural membrane
Sibson fascia - Synonym(s): suprapleural membrane
Sibson groove - a groove occasionally seen on the outer side of the thorax, formed by the prominent lower border of the pectoralis major muscle.
Sibson muscle - an occasional independent muscular fasciculus between the scalenus anterior and medius and having the same action and innervation. Synonym(s): scalenus minimus muscle
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It blends with the parietal pleura and is reinforced by the scalenus minimus muscle.