serratus muscle


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serratus muscle

Any of several muscles arising from the ribs or vertebrae by separate slips.
See also: muscle
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The serratus muscle is a great quick-cooking cut, and its flat shape makes it well-suited for pan cooking or grilling.
The human superior posterior serratus muscle supplied by both the intercostal and dorsal scapular nerves.
New insights into the pathophysiology of flail segment: the implications of anterior serratus muscle in parietal failure, Eur J Cardiothorac Surg.