Lateral abdominal cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve

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Lateral abdominal cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve
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Distribution of cutaneous nerves. Ventral aspect. Lateral cutaneous branches labeled at center right.
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Distribution of cutaneous nerves. Dorsal aspect. Lateral cutaneous branches labeled at center right.
Details
Latin ramus cutaneus lateralis abdominalis nervi intercostalis
From
intercostal nerves
Innervates Skin of lateral part of torso
Identifiers
Dorlands
/Elsevier
r_02/12689746
TA A14.2.04.011
FMA 77563
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

The lateral abdominal cutaneous branch of intercostal nerve (or lateral cutaneous branches) are nerve branches that supply the skin of lateral part of torso. The rest of the torso is innervated by the ventral and dorsal cutaneous branches.