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what are the typical rib locations and what structures do they have?
Ribs 3-9

Head
Neck
Tubercle
Articular facet for transverse process
Non articular part
Articular facets for vertebral body
Superior
Inferior
Body or shaft
Angle
Costal groove
Costal cartilage
Muscle between v and a of 1st rib?
Anterior Scalene
Where are the atypical ribs? What are the subtypes?
1 and 2 rib
10 - 12 - single articular facets on head
11 and 12 - floaters
no necks
no tubercles
Bony landmarks on thoracic wall?
Superior angle of scapula - T2 spinous process
Inf. angle scapula - T7 spinous process
Jugular notch - T2
Sternal angle - Angle of louis - 2nd rib costal cartilage - level T4/5
how does metastasis of cancer spread in breast cancer from one breast to the next?
lymphatic ducts of the medial thorax that attaches to the other breast