Thoracic Cage Pt 1

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Thoracic Cage Quizzes & Trivia

A test that queries various random questions that are designed to test your knowledge on the thoracic cage. It might not be as easy as you think but just try it out to see how you will do.

Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is number 1 (notch)

    The correct answer is "Jugular notch" because it refers to a specific anatomical feature. The jugular notch is a concave depression located at the superior border of the sternum, between the clavicular notches. It is also known as the suprasternal notch or sternal notch. This landmark is important for identifying anatomical structures and is commonly used as a reference point in medical examinations and procedures.

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    What is number 2 (angle)

    The sternal angle, also known as the angle of Louis, is a prominent anatomical landmark located at the junction of the manubrium and body of the sternum. It is formed by the articulation of the manubrium with the body of the sternum and serves as an important reference point for various anatomical measurements and clinical procedures. The sternal angle is easily palpable and can be used to identify the second rib and the level of the second intercostal space, making it a useful landmark for locating other anatomical structures in the chest.

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    What is number 3

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    What is number 4

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    What is number 5

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    What is number 6

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