musculus rectus abdominis

[TA] origin, pubic crest and symphysis; insertion, xiphoid process, cartilages of fifth, sixth, and seventh ribs; innervation, branches of lower thoracic; action, flexes lumbar vertebrae, supports abdomen.

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