Medical Definition of Lateral costotransverse ligament

1. The short quadrangular ligament, actually a thickening of the posterior aspect of the costotransverse joint, extending from the tip of the transverse process to the posterior surface of the neck of the rib. Synonym: ligamentum costotransversarium laterale, ligamentum costotransversarium posterius, ligamentum tuberculi costae, posterior costotransverse ligament. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lateral Costotransverse Ligament

lateral cervical nuclei
lateral circumflex artery of thigh
lateral circumflex femoral artery
lateral circumflex femoral veins
lateral collateral
lateral collateral ligament of ankle
lateral column
lateral column of spinal cord
lateral condylar inclination
lateral condyle of femur
lateral condyle of tibia
lateral cord of brachial plexus
lateral corticospinal tract
lateral costal branch of internal thoracic artery
lateral costotransverse ligament (current term)
lateral cricoarytenoid
lateral crus of facial canal
lateral crus of horizontal part of the facial canal
lateral crus of the greater alar cartilage of the nose
lateral crus of the superficial inguinal ring
lateral cuneate nucleus
lateral cuneiform bone
lateral curvature
lateral cutaneous branch
lateral cutaneous branches of intercostal nerves
lateral cutaneous branches of ventral primary ramus of thoracic spinal nerves
lateral cutaneous nerve of calf
lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

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