[The human superior posterior serratus muscle supplied by both the intercostal and dorsal scapular nerves].

Abstract

A case of the superior posterior serratus muscle on the left side supplied by both the intercostal and dorsal scapular nerves was observed in a 67-year-old Japanese male cadaver at Sapporo Medical College, 1991. The innervation and intramuscular nerve distribution of this case was investigated using a binocular microscope. The belly of this muscle consisted… (More)

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