It’s my chest.
Chest girth: Dog raincoats are also commonly measured by chest girth.
During exhalation, the rib muscles and the diaphragm relax and the chest cavity contracts.
The most commonly affected area of the heart in penetrating chest trauma is the right ventricle.
The chest also has a unique contrasting pattern that adds a subtle hint of contemporary design.
In the chest was a paper, on which these words were written, “From Cravatte to Monseigneur Bienvenu.”
The female uses upper chest respiration predominantly, the male relies primarily on abdominal breathing.
I’ve got my great grandfather’s medals on my right chest and on my left chest my medals.
The man's chest scan came back clear, and his symptoms weren't severe enough to keep him in the hospital.
Kerry Van Der Merwe has sunken chest syndrome, a rare medical condition that leaves her struggling to breathe.
Chest of drawers, type of furniture developed in the mid-17th century from a chest with drawers in the base.
This decreases the size of the chest and increases the air pressure in the chest so air is forced out of the lungs.
Expansion of the chest lowers the pressure between the lungs and the chest wall, as well as the pressure within the lungs.
Allegedly, a local boy found the chest years later and while attempting to haul it out, pulled the ring from the front of the chest.
Opera singers rely on the resonance from their chest rather than their head, as there is so much more space in the chest cavity to create a sound.
In certain parts of Europe, such as southern Germany, the cupboard may have developed from a chest placed on another chest, each opening at the front rather than at the top.
Northern Ireland Chest, Heart and Stroke Northern Ireland Chest, Heart and Stroke (NICHS) runs services across Northern Ireland to help people and their families to meet the challenges of living with chest, heart or stroke conditions.
Air is drawn into the lungs when the diaphragm (the muscular portion between the abdomen and the chest) and the intercostal muscles contract, expanding the chest cavity and lowering the pressure between the lungs and chest wall as well as within the lungs.
Were it not for the outward traction of the chest on the lungs, these would collapse; and were it not for the inward traction of the lungs on the chest and diaphragm, the chest would expand to a larger size and the diaphragm would fall from its dome-shaped position within the chest.
Ask most people, and they’ll cite chest pain and pain in the left arm as the signs of a cardiac arrest; women experience chest pain too, but they are also more likely to experience other symptoms unrelated to chest pain, such as shortness of breath, nausea or vomiting, back or jaw pain, dizziness and sweating.
- the part of the human torso between the neck and the diaphragm or the corresponding part in other vertebrates
- box with a lid; used for storage; usually large and sturdy
- the front of the trunk from the neck to the abdomen
- furniture with drawers for keeping clothes
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Ask most people and theyll cite chest pain and pain in the left arm as the signs of a cardiac arrest women experience chest pain too but they are also more likely to experience other symptoms unrelated to chest pain such as shortness of breath nausea or vomiting back or jaw pain dizziness and sweating