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Costal cartilage

Introduction: Costal cartilage

Description of Costal cartilage

Costal cartilage: the cartilages that connect the sternum and the ends of the ribs; its elasticity allows the chest to move in respiration.
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Broader terms for Costal cartilage

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Hierarchical classifications of Costal cartilage

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