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Is it normal to have a slightly asymmetrical rib cage & collar bone or is it a sign of an underlying problem? My right clavicle & rib cage protrude outward more than the left and my spine feels like it curves to the left, is this normal? I also often get

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Dr. Jeffrey Wint
Surgery - Hand Surgery
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In brief: It may be a sign of

Rotation in the spine.
Besides drawing the blood the tube must get to the proper part of the island.

In brief: It may be a sign of

Rotation in the spine.
Besides drawing the blood the tube must get to the proper part of the island.
Dr. Jeffrey Wint
Dr. Jeffrey Wint
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Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
Internal Medicine

In brief: It

It is highly recommended that you get assessed by an doctor who specialized in orthopedics or spine.
Yes, the pain and discomfort you feel may be directly related to your spine since the central nervous system originates in the brain and spine. Each area of asymmetry can be pressing on a nerve or placing undue stress on a connective tissue that is connected to your muscles. See a doctor.

In brief: It

It is highly recommended that you get assessed by an doctor who specialized in orthopedics or spine.
Yes, the pain and discomfort you feel may be directly related to your spine since the central nervous system originates in the brain and spine. Each area of asymmetry can be pressing on a nerve or placing undue stress on a connective tissue that is connected to your muscles. See a doctor.
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Dr. Geoffrey Rutledge
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