When and why was the phrenicoabdominal branch of the left phrenic nerve placed into the esophageal hiatus in German textbooks of anatomy? An anatomical study on 400 specimens reevaluating its course through the diaphragm

Bettina Pretterklieber*, Maria Hader, Niels Hammer, Galyna Pryymachuk, Felicitas Pröls, Franziska Vielmuth, Miriam Barnerßoi, Sebastian Cotofana, Amanda Custozzo, Imke Weyers, Thilo Wedel, Philipp Arnold, Christoph Rahner, Magdalena Müller-Gerbl, Michael L. Pretterklieber

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