Innermost intercostal muscle

Innermost intercostal muscle

(Science: anatomy) a layer parallel to and essentially part of the internal intercostal Muscle but separated from it by the intercostal vessels and nerves.internal intercostal Muscle for attachment, action and nerve supply.

Synonym: musculus Intercostalis intimus.

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