Costal Pleura - Definition
It is regarded as the strongest and most extensive portion of the parietal pleural membrane. It is the section of the parietal pleura that forms a lining for the inner rib surfaces and the Intercostales.
Costal Pleura - location
It is located next to the inner rib surface, the costal cartilage and the intercostales muscles.
Costal Pleura - function
The muscle serves as a lining for the following structures:
Costal Pleura - pictures
Get a glimpse of this structure of the respiratory system from these images.
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