Subcostal can refer to:

  • Subcostal nerve
  • Subcostal arteries
  • Subcostales muscle

Other articles related to "subcostal":

Badamia Exclamationis - Description - Detailed Description
... below the apex cell very long and narrow, extending three-fourths the wing first subcostal branch emitted at two-fifths, second at one-fifth, third at one-seventh, fourth close to and fifth at end of the cell ...
Celaenorrhinus - Genus Characteristics
... apex of the discoidal cell, first, second, and third subcostal nervules with their bases almost equidistant, fourth subcostal with its base half as near to the base of the third subcostal as that ... or fifth subcostal nervule with its base almost touching that of the fourth, terminating on the outer margin far below the apex of the wing discoidal cell long, narrow upper disco-ce ... just before the apex of the wing first subcostal nervule originating some distance before the apex of the cell upper disco-cellular nervule straight, very slightly outwardly ...
List Of Muscles Of The Human Body/version 2 - Muscles of Torso - Abdomen
... inguinale intercostal nerves T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, subcostal nerve (T12) Rotates torso internal oblique Inguinal ligament, Iliac crest and the Lumbodorsal fascia Linea alba, Xiphoid process and ... intercostal nerves T8, T9, T10, T11, subcostal nerve (T12), iliohypogastric nerve, ilioinguinal nerve Compresses abdomen and rotates vertebral column ... the conjoint tendon, also known as the falx inguinalis intercostal nerves T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, subcostal nerve (T12), iliohypogastric nerve, ilioinguinal nerve, genitofemoral nerve compress the ribs and ...
Subcostal Arteries
... The subcostal arteries, so named because they lie below the last ribs, constitute the lowest pair of branches derived from the thoracic aorta, and are in series ... Each subcostal artery gives off a posterior branch which has a similar distribution to the posterior ramus of an intercostal artery ...