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- Manubrium sterni stress fracture: an unusual
- Key terms: manubrium sterni; stress fracture; non- contact sports.
- Sterno-manubrial Dislocation in a 9-year old Gymnast
- Sterno-manubrial dislocations in children – or more in general sternal segmental dislocations – are extremely rare.
- Pseudomass of the sternal manubrium in osteogenesis imperfecta
- May 1, 2003 bowed sternal manubrium. Keywords Osteogenesis imperfecta · Sternal bowing ·. Pseudomass · Computed tomography.
- FRACTURE OF THE MANUBRIUM STERN!
- per cent) and direct injuries to the manubrium sterni comprise only one in twenty fractures of the sternum.
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- Manubrium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The manubrium (from Latin manubrĭum, "a handle") or manubrium sterni is the broad, upper part of the sternum.
- Bones Of The Thorax: Ribs | Sternum | Manubrium
- The Bony Thorax consists of the Ribs and the Sternum. Our pictures show the various landmarks...
- Manubrium of sternum - definition of Manubrium of sternum in the
- manubrium /ma·nu·bri·um/ (mah-noo´bre-um) pl. manu´bria [L.] a handle-like structure or part, such as the manubrium of the sternum.
- II. Osteology. 4a. The Sternum. Gray, Henry. 1918. Anatomy of the
- The superior border is oval and articulates with the manubrium, the junction of the two forming the sternal angle (angulus Ludovici 19).
- Imaging in Sternal Fractures
- May 27, 2011 Most sternal fractures occur in the midbody, and they are typically transverse (see the first image above).
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