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Why does my ribcage go inward?

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Millicent Little

Your ribs form a protective cage that encloses many of your delicate internal organs, such as your heart and lungs. Your rib bones themselves are quite fragile and are easily broken in an accident or even by a violent sneeze.

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Why does my ribcage go inward?

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