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Module 1 - Quiz

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1. What is the primary function of the true ribs in the ribcage?

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2. How are the intercostal nerves and muscles primarily involved in the ribcage's function?

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3. Which of the following is a function of the ribs? Choose all that apply.

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4. What is the clinical relevance of the internal thoracic artery during ribcage surgeries?

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5. What is the significance of the vascular network in surgical planning for the ribcage?

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6. What is the primary advantage of using CT scans over traditional X-rays for ribcage imaging?

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7. How do CT scans enhance the surgeon's understanding of the ribcage's anatomical structure?

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8. What role do 3D reconstructions from CT scans play in rib surgery planning?

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9. In what way does the CT imaging technique impact decision-making in rib modification surgery?

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10. How does the detailed analysis of rib parameters on CT scans directly benefit surgical outcomes?

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11. What is the primary function of floating ribs?

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12. How are the intercostal nerves primarily related to ribcage function?

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13. Which part of the CT scan process is crucial for determining the spatial relationships of the ribs?

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14. What advantage does CT imaging provide over traditional X-rays in ribcage imaging?

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15. Why is understanding the classification of ribs (true, false, and floating) important in rib modification surgeries?

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16. In what way do intercostal spaces play a crucial role in the function of the ribcage?

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17. Which imaging technique provides real-time visualization of rib structures during surgery, critical for immediate surgical decisions?

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