Intercostal recession: What are the causes?

The intercostal muscles link to the ribs. During inhalation, they generally tighten and drive the ribs upwards. Simultaneously, the diaphragm which is a muscle separating the chest and the abdomen, moves lower and the lungs are filled with air. If there is partial obstruction in the upper airway, air could not freely flow and pressure …

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