Your mom did so lol ™
The breastbone is the sternum, therefore, pertaining to the sternum would be "sternal".The breastbone is the sternum so anything pertaining to it would be sternal.
hellls yes that s+87 hurt. You cray cray
Yes, it was probably the worst spot to get tattooed. Personally, it hurt more than my ribs, top of my foot, and behind my knee. Then again, everyone's pain tolerance is different. Regardless, yes, sternum tattoos are definitely painful.
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correct, and you would say that it is in the parasaggital plane of the body. Your sternum is medial to your elbow also.
intercoastals (body of sternum), Sternalis (manubrium of sternum), Sternocleidomastoid (manubrium of sternum), Pectoralis Major (body of sternum)
The humerus is lateral to the sternum. The sternum, or breastbone, is midline.
The gallbladder is lateral to the sternum. The sternum is a midline structure.
No, the ribs are lateral to the sternum. The sternum is medial to the ribs.
The lungs are lateral to the sternum. The sternum is a midline structure.
The heart is posterior to the sternum. The sternum is a midline structure.
Sternum is the scientific term for the breastbone.
The heat is posterior to the sternum, not anterior. It is a midline structure, like the sternum, so it is not lateral to the sternum.
The sternum is medial to the pectoral muscles. The sternum is a midline structure.
The skull is superior to the sternum. The sternum is inferior to the skull.
Your ribs are connected to your sternum. If you didn't have it, your ribs would not have anything to connect to, therefore they wouldn't be able to protect vital internal organs.
the sternum is the chest bone
The sternum is a flat bone
The sternum is bone.
The sternum IS a bone.
No, the sternum is NOT the same thing as vertebrae. The sternum is the breastbone. Vertebra are in the spine.
Yes, it is possible to break your sternum.
Sternum Belongs in the Skeletal System.....