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serratus


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n. any of several muscles arising from or inserted by a series of processes that resemble the teeth of a saw. An example is the serratus anterior, a muscle situated between the ribs and shoulder blade in the upper and lateral parts of the thorax. It is the chief muscle responsible for pushing and punching movements.

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