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Section Title: The Thoracic CageLearning Outcome: 6.12Bloom's Taxonomy: Knowledge18) CPR involves forcefully depressing the sternum.Section Title: The Thoracic CageLearning Outcome: 6.12Bloom's Taxonomy: Application6.4 Essay Questions1) The skull of a newborn often appears to be deformed, but after a short period of time, the skullassumes normal shape. What happened during the birth process and why did this change occur?Section Title: The Skulls of Infants, Children, and AdultsLearning Outcome: 6.6Bloom's Taxonomy: Application2) A person with a serious case of osteoporosis has developed kyphosis. What anatomic structures are involved in this condition, and what are the functional implications?Section Title: The Vertebral ColumnLearning Outcome: 6.8
3) Being in car accident may cause the steering wheel to hit you very forcefully in the chest. If the damage is severe enough, the ribs may break and puncture the thoracic cavity. What is such an injury called, and what would have been the symptoms and the anatomical injuries?Section Title: The Thoracic CageLearning Outcome: 6.12Bloom's Taxonomy: Application6.5 Labeling ExercisesFigure 6.1
Using the figure above, identify the labeled part.