Lumbocostal ligament

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Lumbocostal ligament
Skeleton woman back.png
The four floating ribs (indicated with red arrows)
From twelfth rib
To lumbar vertebrae
Latin ligamentum lumbocostale
TA A03.3.04.009
FMA 8960
Anatomical terminology

The Lumbocostal ligament is a fibrous band that crosses from the twelfth rib to the tips of the transverse processes of the first and second lumbar vertebrae.