Lateral arcuate ligament
|Lateral arcuate ligament|
|The diaphragm. Under surface. (Lat. arcuate ligament visible at bottom left.)|
|Latin||ligamentum arcuatum laterale|
|Gray's||subject #117 405|
The lateral arcuate ligament runs from the front of the transverse process of the first lumbar vertebra, and, laterally, to the tip and lower margin of the twelfth rib. It forms an arch over the quadratus lumborum muscle.
- SUNY Figs 40:04-10 - "The abdominal surface of the diaphragm."
- Norman/Georgetown posteriorabdomen (posteriorabdmus&nerves)
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