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. The posterolateral boundaries of Sibson fascia are the vertebral column, first rib, levator scapulae muscle, and scalenus medius muscle; the medial boundary is formed by the superior mediastinal structures; and the anterior boundary is formed by the scalenus anterior and sternocleidomastoid muscles.