The_Thorax - Rib Contusions Rib Fractures Costochondral...

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05/07/09 1 The Thorax PED 217
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05/07/09 2 Anatomy “Chest” Between the base of the neck and diaphragm Protects vital respiratory and circulatory organs Also assists lungs in inspiration and expiration during breathing
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05/07/09 3 Thoracic Injuries Breast Problems
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Unformatted text preview: Rib Contusions Rib Fractures Costochondral Separation and Dislocation 05/07/09 4 Injuries to the Lungs/Heart Pneumothorax Spontaneous Traumatic Tension Hemothorax Traumatic asphyxia Heart contusion Sudden Death Syndrome...
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