Serratus dorsalis caudali - Musculus serratus dorsalis caudalis

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The caudal dorsal serrate muscle (Serratus dorsalis caudali) is a muscle that originate from the thoracolumbar fascia caudally and attach by a series of individual digitations to the ribs lateral of the iliocostal muscles. .

Origin: Thoracolumbar fascia.

Insertion: Caudal border of the eleventh, twelfth and thirteenth ribs.

Action: Draws the last three or four ribs caudally for expiration

Nerve: Intercostalis.

 

Note : the caudal dorsal serrate muscle (Serratus dorsalis caudali) is sometimes described as the caudal part of the "dorsal serrate muscle": this muscle is not termed in the Vth NAV because is an epaxial muscle that is completely divided into cranial and caudal parts with different innervation and function.


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