Ventral cutaneous branches

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Ventral cutaneous branches
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Distribution of cutaneous nerves. Ventral aspect. Ventral cutaneous branches labeled at center.
Innervates Skin of ventral part of torso
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

The ventral cutaneous branches are nerve branches that supply the skin of ventral part of torso. The rest of the torso is innervated by the lateral and dorsal cutaneous branches.