sternochondroscapular muscle

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ster·no·chon·dro·scap·u·lar mus·cle

an occasional muscle arising from the manubrium of the sternum and first costal cartilage and passing laterally and backward to be inserted into the upper border of the scapula.
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Testut & Latarjet (1951) has indicated that in case of absence of the subclavian muscle, the most common approach is to find a more developed muscle, the sternochondroscapularis, which goes from the first rib, or from the sternum, to the superior margin of the scapula.