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Subcostal nerve

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subcostal nerve

(Science: anatomy, nerve) The ventral ramus of the twelfth thoracic nerve; it courses below the last rib, supplies parts of the abdominal muscles and gives off cutaneous branches to the skin of the lower-most ventrolateral abdominal wall and to the superolateral gluteal region.

Synonym: nervus subcostalis.