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Henry Gray (1825–1861).  Anatomy of the Human Body.  1918.
 
externi and Serratus anterior, and divide into anterior and posterior branches. The anterior branches run forward to the side and the forepart of the chest, supplying the skin and the mamma; those of the fifth and sixth nerves supply the upper digitations of the Obliquus externus abdominis. The posterior branches run backward, and supply the skin over the scapula and Latissimus dorsi.


FIG. 820– Cutaneous distribution of thoracic nerves. (Testut.) (See enlarged image)

  The lateral cutaneous branch of the second intercostal nerve does not divide, like the others, into an anterior and a posterior branch; it is named the intercostobrachial

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