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Rib anomalies – a case and an overview of the literature.

Anatomic rib variants (numeric and structural) are reported to occur in less than 2 % of the general population and are rarely of any clinical significance. Frequently noticed developmental rib anomalies include fused and bifid ribs, cervical ribs and rib dysplasia. Occasionally they can cause probl... Full description

Main Author: Igor Kocijančič
Contributors: Andraž Zupan | Author
Peter Slak | Author
Contained in: Zdravniški Vestnik (01.06.2017)
Journal Title: Zdravniški Vestnik
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ISSN: 1318-0347
Language: English
Slovenian
Physical Description: Online-Ressource
PPN (Catalogue-ID): DOAJ009225528
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