Evaluation and management of steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome

The first rib is unique in that the scaleni insert onto it, and it therefore is exposed to stresses from the action of these neck muscles. The superior ribs (numbers 1 to 3) are relatively protected by the scapula, clavicle, and soft tissue, while the inferior "floating" ribs are relatively mobile. Therefore, the more vulnerable middle ribs (numbers 4 to 10) are most susceptible to injury from blunt trauma. Fractures of superior ribs reflect trauma involving significant force and the potential for injury to major vessels and lung parenchyma.

Evaluation and management of steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome

evaluation and management of steroid sensitive nephrotic syndrome

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