intercostal nerves

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in·ter·cos·tal nerves

[TA]
ventral primary rami of thoracic nerves [T1-T11].
Synonym(s): nervi intercostales [TA]

in·ter·cos·tal nerves

(in'tĕr-kos'tăl nĕrvz) [TA]
Ventral primary rami of the thoracic nerves.
Synonym(s): nervi intercostales [TA] .
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At CVS examination, end systolic murmur (3/6 grade) was present at the right second and third intercostal spaces.
Other landmarks have been used in previous studies like the third intercostal space and the manubrio sternal joint, but they are comparatively difficult to palpate than the landmarks chosen by us (18, 19).
Positioning internal jugularvenous catheters using the right third intercostal space in children.
Right precordial leads from the third intercostal space showed disappearance of coved-type ST elevation on the third day after ablation, while those from the fourth intercostal space still showed the Brugada pattern.
A chest CT scan demonstrated herniation of lung tissue through the anterior third intercostal space.
The right pectoralis major muscle was reflected to expose the 10 cm defect in the third intercostal space.
At the second and third intercostal spaces, maximal inspiratory pressures of -6 to -12 cm [H.sub.2]O were induced; however, moderate leg contractions did occur near the axilla.
In 2 cadavers, it is observed that the lateral cutaneous branch of 2nd and 3rd intercostal nerves (1st and 2nd intercostobrachial nerves) were seen originating as two branches (upper and lower) and piercing the second and third intercostal spaces anterior to midaxillary plane.
O'Rourke MG et al (10) found that in all twenty-eight axillary dissections, the nerve originated from the second intercostal space, with contributions from the first and third intercostal nerves each on one occasion.
LCB OF 3rd ICN (2nd ICBN)-LATERAL CUTANEOUS BRANCH OF THIRD INTERCOSTAL NERVE (SECOND INTERCOSTOBRACHIAL NERVE)
Despite a very stable haemodynamic status, the patient presented suddenly an ST-segment depression of more than 0.3 mV on the ECG lead V positioned on the anterior left third intercostal space.