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The Respiratory System - Slide 35

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Internal intercostal muscles have been removed revealing internal thoracic arteries (red) and veins (blue) lateral to sternum and the parietal (costal) part of the pleural membrane. As external intercostal muscles approach the ventral thoracic wall, they rapidly become less muscular and more aponeurotic in nature, and at distances 4 cm or more from the chondro-osseous union.

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