Medical Definition of Arcus lumbocostalis lateralis

1. One of Haller's arches; a thickening of the fascia of the quadratus lumborum muscle between the transverse process of the first lumbar vertebra and the twelfth rib on either side that gives attachment to a portion of the diaphragm. Synonym: ligamentum arcuatum laterale, arcus lumbocostalis lateralis, lateral lumbocostal arch. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Arcus Lumbocostalis Lateralis

arcus alveolaris maxillae
arcus anterior atlantis
arcus aortae
arcus cartilaginis cricoideae
arcus cornealis
arcus costalis
arcus costarum
arcus dentalis inferior
arcus dentalis superior
arcus ductus thoracici
arcus glossopalatinus
arcus iliopectineus
arcus inguinalis
arcus juvenilis
arcus lipoides
arcus lumbocostalis lateralis (current term)
arcus lumbocostalis medialis
arcus palatini
arcus palatoglossus
arcus palatopharyngeus
arcus palmaris profundus
arcus palmaris superficialis
arcus palpebralis inferior
arcus palpebralis superior
arcus pedis longitudinalis
arcus pedis longitudinalis pars lateralis
arcus pedis longitudinalis pars medialis
arcus pedis transversalis
arcus plantaris
arcus posterior atlantis

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