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substernal /sub·ster·nal/ (sub-ster´n'l) below the sternum.
substernal
[-stur′nəl]
Etymology: L, sub + Gk, sternon, chest
pertaining to the area beneath the sternum.

substernal [sub-ster´nal]
below the sternum; called also infrasternal.

substernal
behind the sternum.

sub·ster·nal (sŭb-ster'năl),
1. Deep to the sternum.
2. Synonym(s): infrasternal


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