Medical Definition of Medial lumbocostal arch

1. One of Haller's arches; a tendinous thickening of the psoas fascia that extends from the body of the first lumbar vertebra to its transverse process on either side. A portion of the diaphragm arises from it. Synonym: ligamentum arcuatum mediale, arcus lumbocostalis medialis, medial lumbocostal arch. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Medial Lumbocostal Arch

medial lamina of cartilaginous auditory tube
medial layer of cartilaginous auditory tube
medial lemniscus
medial ligament
medial ligament of knee
medial ligament of talocrural joint
medial ligament of wrist
medial limb
medial lip of linea aspera
medial longitudinal arch of foot
medial longitudinal bundle
medial longitudinal fasciculus
medial longitudinal stria
medial lumbar intertransversarii muscles
medial lumbar intertransverse muscles
medial lumbocostal arch (current term)
medial malleolar arteries
medial malleolar network
medial malleolar subcutaneous bursa
medial malleolar surface of talus
medial malleolus
medial mammary branches
medial margin
medial medullary lamina of corpus striatum
medial meniscus
medial midpalmar space
medial nasal branches of anterior ethmoidal nerve
medial nasal fold
medial nasal primordium
medial nasal process

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