Lumbocostoabdominal triangle



lumbocostoabdominal triangle lum·bo·cos·to·ab·dom·i·nal triangle (lŭm’bō-kŏs’tō-āb-dŏm’ə-nəl)
n.
An irregular area bounded by the inferior posterior serratus muscle, the abdominal internal and external oblique muscles, and the erector muscle of the spine.

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