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Figure 3: Drawing illustrated the right sternalis (a) and the transversus thoracis (b). (a) (1 and 2) Clavicular and sternal heads of the right sternocleidomastoid; (3) common origin of the right sternalis and sternal head of the right sternocleidomastoid; (4) sternalis muscle; (5–8 a). insertion of the right belly of the sternalis on the right 2nd–5th costal cartilages; (5–6 b). Insertions of the left belly of the sternalis on the 2nd–3th left sternocostal joints. (b) (1–2 a and 1–5 b) Right and left transversus thoracis

Figure 3: Drawing illustrated the right sternalis (a) and the transversus thoracis (b). (a) (1 and 2) Clavicular and sternal heads of the right sternocleidomastoid; (3) common origin of the right sternalis and sternal head of the right sternocleidomastoid; (4) sternalis muscle; (5–8 a). insertion of the right belly of the sternalis on the right 2<sup>nd</sup>–5<sup>th</sup> costal cartilages; (5–6 b). Insertions of the left belly of the sternalis on the 2<sup>nd</sup>–3<sup>th</sup> left sternocostal joints. (b) (1–2 a and 1–5 b) Right and left transversus thoracis