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A triangular area in the diaphragm near the lateral arcuate ligament, devoid of muscle fibers, and covered by pleura above and by peritoneum below.
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Words nearby vertebrocostal trigone
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How to use vertebrocostal trigone in a sentence
On the left side of the trigone a tumor with a broad base was seen, which resembled somewhat a strawberry in size and form.
The trigone was covered by a mass consisting of pointed papill.