subcostal muscle

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sub·cos·tal mus·cle

[TA]
one of several inconstant muscles of the posterolateral thoracic wall having the same direction as the internal intercostal muscles but extending across (that is, deep to) one or more ribs.
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sub·cos·tal mus·cle

(sŭb-kos'tăl mŭs'ĕl) [TA]
One of a number of inconstant muscles of the posterolateral thoracic wall having the same direction as the internal intercostal muscles but extending across (deep to) one or more ribs.
Synonym(s): musculus subcostalis [TA] .
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