By Kahle W., Leonhardt H., Platzer W.
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41), by which it is attached to the spines of the lumbar and sacral vertebrae. The muscle also arises via muscular fibers from the external lip of the iliac crest lateral to the margin of the sacrospinalis, and from the three or four lower ribs via fleshy digitations that are interposed between similar processes of the external oblique muscle (Figs. 41). From these extensive origins, the fibers pass in different directions, the upper ones horizontally, the middle obliquely upward, and the lower vertically upward, so as to converge and form a thick fasciculus (Figs.
Muscles of the dorsal regions, lateral view (head is on the left-hand side) Serratus anterior External oblique muscle Lumbodorsal aponeurosis Accessory intercostal muscle External intercostal muscle Serratus posterior inferior Fig. 45. Accessory intercostal muscle, lateral view (head is on the left-hand side) via fleshy digitations from the external surfaces and inferior borders of the ribs. The attachment areas are arranged as digitations in an oblique line that runs downward and backward. The five superior attachment areas of the muscle are found between corresponding muscular processes of the serratus anterior, as seen in Fig.
The presented specimen is seen from anterolateral view in Fig. 37, which demonstrates the transition between the thoracic and abdominal walls. The rectus abdominis, the external and internal oblique, and transverse abdominal muscles are also exposed (see also Fig. 38). From the view shown in Fig. 37, the transverse abdominal and internal oblique muscles are not exposed in their entirety, and so only the details regarding the rectus abdominis and the external oblique muscles will be discussed. 29 30 1 Thorax Regions Manubrium of sternum Sternal angle Anterior median line Body of sternum Insertion of pectoralis major Transversus thoracis Sternal membrane Internal thoracic artery/vein Endothoracic fascia Sternocostal joints (ribs 3 and 4) – radiate sternocostalligament I II III Parasternal lymph nodes IV External intercostal muscle Costal cartilage Internal intercostal muscle Fig.