sternocostal

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ster·no·cos·tal

 (stûr′nō-kŏs′təl)
adj.
Of or relating to both the sternum and the ribs.

[stern(um) + Latin costa, rib; see kost- in Indo-European roots + -al.]

sternocostal

(ˌstɜːnəˈkɒstəl)
adj
of, pertaining to, or located between the ribs and the sternum
Translations

ster·no·cos·tal

a. esternocostal, rel. al esternón y las costillas.
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Findings were significant for increased uptake in the left fourth rib and degenerative changes within the acromia, sternocostal joints and lumbar spine, but negative in the orbit.
Anterior to posterior challenge of the third to six sternocostal joints was performed with the patient in a supine position with the patient's hands placed in between the clinician's hands and the patient's chest.
The following approaches were utilized in our competitive swimmer: mobilizations applied to affected sternocostal joints as well as HVLA spinal manipulative therapy of the symptomatic thoracic zygapophyseal and costovertebral joints.