a tumor, or your dog bumped into something, or has a cut infection.
Sometimes these are previous injuries or fatty lumps, but any lump should be check out by a vet. Please do so ASAP.
On the left side behind the ribcage.
In the ribcage The heart is located in the ribcage. this would be an 8th grader nd i would just like to say this kid man dude whatever is highly mistaccen the heart is behind ur sturnum
If You were to get punched really really hard :D
The only thing you could do for flank pain is to try to avoid sugar and things that would cause any damage to your kidneys.
it is a tacit that the Nazis used when attacking an enemy, they would attack the front of the enemy and the circle around and flank them from behind.
It would be what you call the NEARSIDE
The "flank" when referred to in these terms means the side or sides. Therefore you would be instructed to protect the left or right flank (side) or to protect the flank (both side)
Well, to answer the question directly, skin protects the ribcage. If the question reversed (what organs does the ribcage protect?), then my answer would be that the ribcage primarily protects the heart and lungs, although it does protect the spleen and, to a lesser extent, the liver and stomach.
we would puncture our heart and lungs.
The flank on a horse is the part between the abdomen and the fore-part of its hind legs.
Besides certain chemicals (such as epinephrine), fast pulse will often come from excitement, fear, nervousness, or exercise.
Ribs, just like with any other animal. But if you're talking about the ribcage as a whole from the outside, that would be the barrel.
No. They would throw up if they did.
you would most likely die.
The two most common causes for the blood build up behind the eyes would be high blood preassure and diabetes.
No. It means you have a ribcage that measures 36 inches (no adding numbers), and a bust that measures 39 inches, as a C cup only means there is a 3 inch difference between the ribcage and the bust. Each breast would only have about an extra 1.5 inches of projection compared to the ribcage. A 36C would be someone with a wide ribcage, or overweight (depending on the person's body frame), with proportionally small breasts.
The side or rear of the area where magma flow would be.
Things on the patients' left hand side, under the ribcage include the heart, a lung, part of the stomach and spleen. Heart pain is quite distinctive chest pain - you'd know if this were the cause. Lung pain would worsen on breathing, but bending would probably make no difference. Spleen pain is like a stabbing in the side, along the lower edge of the ribcage (the spleen is normally just tucked underneath your ribs, but it can enlarge). Either way, it's probably best to see a doctor.
Hitting your funny bone
Flank steaks are different from most steaks, as they are more lean, more tender, and more tough, all at the same time. Marinating flank stakes, however, require the exact same marinating process as any other steak would require.
When going behind a horse, you should: 1. Either stay six feet behind the horse, or be right behind it (only if you know it is a good horse) 2. Talk to the horse softly so it knows you are behind it The reason to stay right behind the horse is so that if the horse kicks you, it won't be able to kick very good, because you would be so close. Tip: Don't touch a horse's flank, that's where most horses are ticklish.
We would be heavy and inflexible . And breathing would be impossible with a solid ribcage.
Because if it did we would not be able to bend in ways we can now