Cervical Rib Syndrome
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome
Twelfth rib resection as an approach for portal vein cannulation in sheep. (1/621)A surgical technique involving resection of the twelfth rib was used to insert silastic cannulas into the portal veins of three sheep to study amino acid metabolism. Good exposure to the vein was achieved by this method although it required positive ventilation due to the penetration of the thoracic cavity. All cannulas were buried subcutaneously and exteriorized near the dorsal midline. This facilitated continuous infusion into the portal cannula without disturbing cannula placement. (+info)
Pathogenetic sequence for aneurysm revealed in mice underexpressing fibrillin-1. (2/621)Dissecting aortic aneurysm is the hallmark of Marfan syndrome (MFS) and the result of mutations in fibrillin-1, the major constituent of elastin-associated extracellular microfibrils. It is yet to be established whether dysfunction of fibrillin-1 perturbs the ability of the elastic vessel wall to sustain hemodynamic stress by disrupting microfibrillar assembly, by impairing the homeostasis of established elastic fibers, or by a combination of both mechanisms. The pathogenic sequence responsible for the mechanical collapse of the elastic lamellae in the aortic wall is also unknown. Targeted mutation of the mouse fibrillin-1 gene has recently suggested that deficiency of fibrillin-1 reduces tissue homeostasis rather than elastic fiber formation. Here we describe another gene-targeting mutation, mgR, which shows that underexpression of fibrillin-1 similarly leads to MFS-like manifestations. Histopathological analysis of mgR/mgR specimens implicates medial calcification, the inflammatory-fibroproliferative response, and inflammation-mediated elastolysis in the natural history of dissecting aneurysm. More generally, the phenotypic severity associated with various combinations of normal and mutant fibrillin-1 alleles suggests a threshold phenomenon for the functional collapse of the vessel wall that is based on the level and the integrity of microfibrils. (+info)
Osteochondroma of the first rib presenting as a prominent clavicle. A report of 2 cases. (3/621)We describe and discuss two patients with osteochondromas of the first rib which presented as prominence of the medial end of the clavicle. (+info)
Prenatal sonographic features of spondylocostal dysostosis and diaphragmatic hernia in the first trimester. (4/621)Spondylocostal dysostosis is a congenital disorder characterized by multiple malformations of the vertebrae and ribs. We describe the sonographic features of an affected fetus at 12 and 14 weeks of gestation. The fetus had thoracic scoliosis, multiple vertebral and rib malformations and a grossly dilated stomach that had herniated into the chest through a left-sided diaphragmatic hernia. The stomach spanned the whole length of the fetal trunk. (+info)
Rib truncations and fusions in the Sp2H mouse reveal a role for Pax3 in specification of the ventro-lateral and posterior parts of the somite. (5/621)The splotch (Pax3) mouse mutant serves as a model for developmental defects of several types, including defective migration of dermomyotomal cells to form the limb musculature. Here, we describe abnormalities of the ribs, neural arches, and acromion in Sp2H homozygous embryos, indicating a widespread dependence of lateral somite development on Pax3 function. Moreover, the intercostal and body wall muscles, derivatives of the ventrolateral myotome, are also abnormal in Sp2H homozygotes. Pax3 is expressed in the dermomyotome, but not in either the sclerotome or the myotome, raising the possibility that Pax3-dependent inductive influences from the dermomyotome are necessary for early specification of lateral sclerotome and myotome. Support for this idea comes from analysis of gene expression markers of lateral sclerotome (tenascin-C and scleraxis) and myotome (myogenin, MyoD, and Myf5). All exhibit ventrally truncated domains of expression in Sp2H homozygotes, potentially accounting for the rib and intercostal muscle truncations. In contrast, the medial sclerotomal marker Pax1 is expressed normally in mutant embryos, arguing that Pax3 is not required for development of the medial sclerotome. Most of the somitic markers show ectopic expression in anteroposterior and mediolateral dimensions, suggesting a loss of definition of somite boundaries in splotch and explaining the rib and muscle fusions. An exception is Myf5, which is not ectopically expressed in Sp2H homozygotes, consistent with the previous suggestion that Pax3 and Myf5 function in different pathways of skeletal myogenesis. PDGFalpha and its receptor are candidates for mediating signalling between myotome and sclerotome. We find that both genes are misexpressed in Sp2H embryos, suggesting that PDGFalpha/PDGFRalpha may function downstream of Pax3, accounting for the close similarities between the splotch and Patch mutant phenotypes. Our findings point to additional regulatory functions for the Pax3 transcription factor, apart from those already demonstrated for development of the neural tube, neural crest, and dermomyotome. (+info)
Transgenic rescue of congenital heart disease and spina bifida in Splotch mice. (6/621)Pax3-deficient Splotch mice display neural tube defects and an array of neural crest related abnormalities including defects in the cardiac outflow tract, dorsal root ganglia and pigmentation. Pax3 is expressed in neural crest cells that emerge from the dorsal neural tube. Pax3 is also expressed in the somites, through which neural crest cells migrate, where it is required for hypaxial muscle development. Homozygous mutant Splotch embryos die by embryonic day 14. We have utilized the proximal 1.6 kb Pax3 promoter and upstream regulatory elements to engineer transgenic mice reproducing endogenous Pax3 expression in neural tube and neural crest, but not the somite. Over expression of Pax3 in these tissues reveals no discernible phenotype. Breeding of transgenic mice onto a Splotch background demonstrates that neural tube and neural crest expression of Pax3 is sufficient to rescue neural tube closure, cardiac development and other neural crest related defects. Transgenic Splotch mice survive until birth at which time they succumb to respiratory failure secondary to absence of a muscular diaphragm. Limb muscles are also absent. These results indicate that regulatory elements sufficient for functional expression of Pax3 required for cardiac development and neural tube closure are contained within the region 1.6 kb upstream of the Pax3 transcriptional start site. In addition, the single Pax3 isoform used for this transgene is sufficient to execute these developmental processes. Although the extracellular matrix and the environment of the somites through which neural crest migrates is known to influence neural crest behavior, our results indicate that Pax3-deficient somites are capable of supporting proper neural crest migration and function suggesting a cell autonomous role for Pax3 in neural crest. (+info)
Age-related bone loss: relationship between age and regional bone mineral density. (7/621)We assessed the changes in regional bone mineral density according to age and examined the relationship between various regional bone mineral densities. The study was conducted in 985 Japanese women divided into < 50-years group (n = 435) and > or = 50 years group (n = 550). The total body bone mineral density and that of the head, arm, leg, thoracic (T)-spine, lumbar (L)-spine, ribs, and pelvis were measured using dual energy x-ray absorptiometry. There was a significant generalized reduction of bone mineral density in all regions after the age of 50 years. The most marked age-related decrease was observed in the L-spine. Bone mineral densities in all regions significantly correlated to each other in both age groups, but the degree of significance varied among regions. The relationship between bone mineral density of the L-spine and that of T-spine regions was the most significant in both groups. In the < 50-years group, the correlation between bone mineral density of the pelvis and that of L-spine and T-spine was the highest, followed by that between the pelvis and the leg. On the other hand, in the > or = 50-years group, the correlation between bone mineral density of the pelvis and that of the leg was the highest, but not the L-spine or T-spine. Since spine measurements are affected by vertebral deformity and/or aortic calcification, our findings suggest the pelvis may be a useful region for screening measurements of bone mineral density, especially in older women. (+info)
A gene for autosomal recessive spondylocostal dysostosis maps to 19q13.1-q13.3. (8/621)In spondylocostal dysostosis (SD), vertebral-segmentation defects are associated with rib anomalies. This results in short-trunk short stature, nonprogressive kyphoscoliosis, and radiological features of multiple hemivertebrae and rib fusions. SD can be familial, and both autosomal dominant and autosomal recessive (AR) inheritance have been reported, but no genes have been identified or localized for nonsyndromic SD in humans. We performed genomewide scanning by homozygosity mapping in a large consanguineous ARSD Arab Israeli family with six definitely affected members. Significant linkage was found to chromosome 19q13, with a LOD score of 6.9. This was confirmed in a second Pakistani family with three affected members, with a LOD score of 2.4. The combined-haplotype data identify a critical region between D19S570 and D19S908, an interval of 8.5 cM on 19q13.1-19q13.3. This is the first study to localize a gene for nonsyndromic SD. ARSD is clinically heterogeneous and is likely to result from mutations in developmental genes or from regulating transcription factors. Identification of these genes will improve the understanding of the molecular processes contributing to both normal and abnormal human vertebral development. (+info)
There are different types of rib fractures, including:
1. Linear fractures: These are simple cracks in the ribs without any displacement of the bone fragments.
2. Compression fractures: These occur when the rib is crushed due to pressure, causing the vertebrae to collapse.
3. Stress fractures: These are small cracks that develop over time due to repetitive stress or strain on the ribs.
4. Hairline fractures: These are very thin cracks in the ribs that do not necessarily displace the bone fragments.
Rib fractures can cause significant pain and discomfort, especially when taking deep breaths or coughing. Other symptoms may include bruising, swelling, and difficulty moving the chest wall. In severe cases, rib fractures can lead to complications such as pneumonia, respiratory failure, or even cardiac arrest.
Diagnosis of rib fractures is typically made through X-rays or CT scans, which can reveal the location and severity of the fracture. Treatment may involve pain management with medication, rest, and breathing exercises, as well as immobilization of the affected area with a cast or brace. In severe cases, surgery may be required to stabilize the bones or repair any damage to organs or blood vessels.
Overall, rib fractures can be serious injuries that require prompt medical attention to prevent complications and ensure proper healing.
The cervical rib is a small bone that arises from the seventh cervical vertebra (C7) and extends laterally into the neck. In some individuals, this bone can become prominent or fused with other bones, leading to compression of the nerves and blood vessels that pass through the Thoracic Outlet.
Symptoms of cervical rib syndrome may include pain in the neck and shoulder region, numbness or tingling sensation in the arm and hand, weakness in the hand, and difficulty with coordination and balance. Treatment for cervical rib syndrome usually involves physical therapy exercises to improve range of motion and strength, and medications to relieve pain and inflammation. In severe cases, surgery may be necessary to release the compressed nerves and blood vessels.
It is important to note that not everyone has a cervical rib, it's only present in some individuals, so if you have any of these symptoms, it doesn't necessarily mean you have cervical rib syndrome.
The thoracic outlet is a narrow passageway between the scalene muscles and the first and second ribs. It contains several important structures, including the brachial plexus nerves, the subclavian artery and vein, and the phrenic nerve. When these structures are compressed or irritated, it can cause symptoms in the arm and hand.
TOS is relatively rare, but it can be caused by a variety of factors, including:
1. Congenital defects, such as a narrow thoracic outlet or abnormal development of the rib cage.
2. Trauma, such as a fall onto the shoulder or a direct blow to the chest.
3. Repetitive movements, such as typing or using a computer mouse.
4. Poor posture or body mechanics.
5. Muscle imbalances or weakness in the neck and shoulder muscles.
6. Ganglion cysts or other soft tissue masses that compress the nerves or blood vessels.
7. Fractures or dislocations of the clavicle or shoulder blade.
8. Tumors or other abnormal growths in the chest or neck.
9. Inflammatory conditions, such as rheumatoid arthritis or thyroiditis.
Symptoms of TOS can vary depending on the location and severity of the compression. They may include:
1. Pain in the shoulder or arm, which can be exacerbated by movement or activity.
2. Numbness, tingling, or weakness in the hand or fingers.
3. Difficulty coordinating movements or performing fine motor tasks.
4. Weakness or fatigue in the muscles of the shoulder and arm.
5. Decreased grip strength or dexterity.
6. Pain or tingling that radiates down the arm or into the hand.
7. Swelling or redness in the neck or shoulder.
8. Difficulty swallowing or breathing, in severe cases.
TOS can be difficult to diagnose, as the symptoms can be similar to those of other conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome or a heart attack. A thorough physical examination and medical history are important for making an accurate diagnosis. Imaging studies such as X-rays, CT scans, or MRI may also be used to help identify any underlying structural abnormalities or nerve compression. Electromyography (EMG) and nerve conduction studies (NCS) may also be performed to assess nerve function and determine the extent of nerve damage.
Treatment for TOS depends on the underlying cause and severity of the condition. Conservative treatments may include:
1. Rest and avoidance of activities that exacerbate the symptoms.
2. Physical therapy to improve posture, strength, and range of motion.
3. Anti-inflammatory medications or pain relievers to reduce swelling and relieve pain.
4. Muscle relaxants to reduce muscle spasm and tension.
5. Injections of steroids or local anesthetics to reduce inflammation and relieve pain.
6. Surgery may be necessary in severe cases, such as when there is significant nerve compression or instability of the shoulder joint.
It's important to seek medical attention if you experience any symptoms of TOS, as early diagnosis and treatment can help prevent long-term complications and improve outcomes.
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- This recipe produces tender and juicy pork ribs in the oven, with real smoked flavor. (seriouseats.com)
- We've touched on one excellent way before-in Kenji's sous vide smoked pork ribs recipe -but, as perfect as they may be, I'll be the first to admit that I don't often plan as far as a day in advance, which is what sous vide ribs require. (seriouseats.com)
- This recipe offers a simple, delicious way to make BBQ ribs. (koa.com)
- Perfect for fall camping, tailgates and potlucks, this rib recipe creates big flavor and big time savings. (koa.com)
- From sweet to smokey, there is a rib recipe for everyone. (southernliving.com)
- This recipe calls for wrapping the ribs in aluminum foil to help lock in the moisture, followed by covering the meat with barbecue sauce to carmelize the ribs. (southernliving.com)
- The secret to this easy rib recipe is the homemade rib rub and barbecue sauce. (southernliving.com)
- The recipe creates a delicious crust around the meat, making the ribs savory and tender. (southernliving.com)
- Try this Chinese Style Country Ribs (Crockpot) recipe, or contribute your own. (bigoven.com)
- Chinese Style Country Ribs (Crockpot) 2 tb Catsup 4 lb Country style spareribs 3 -(up to) 1/4 c Soy sauce 1 Garlic crushed 1/4 c Orange marmalade From: [email protected] Date: Thu, 4 Apr 1996 21:37:02 -0500 Recipe By: Crockery Cookery Combine soy sauce, marmalade, catsup and garlic. (bigoven.com)
- I wish I had an interesting story behind this recipe, but the truth is, I saw a photo by Lacey, the blogger at Avocados and Ales , of seitan-jackfruit ribs in the very popular Facebook group "What Fat Vegans Eat" and just had to have some. (fatfreevegan.com)
- Since adding jackfruit to my basic BBQ ribs recipe requires an additional cooking step, I saved a little time and bother by making them totally in the oven-no need to get out the grill. (fatfreevegan.com)
- We start with a couple of racks of St. Louis-cut pork ribs , which can usually serve about four people (the racks tend to weigh somewhere around two to three pounds each). (seriouseats.com)
- I didn't find a significant difference between the two- and eight-hour samples, presumably because pork ribs are thin enough that even in a couple of hours, the salt is able to penetrate into the meat and do its thing. (seriouseats.com)
- An oven method for barbecue-style ribs isn't quite fast enough for that kind of situation, but it's still quick enough to get them on the table the same day you go shopping. (seriouseats.com)
- The best part is that it really is possible to make outstanding ribs in your oven. (seriouseats.com)
- With the right method, the oven can produce ribs that are tender and juicy, and that taste like they spent hours mingling with hardwood smoke. (seriouseats.com)
- I tried a few different curing times and found that anywhere from two to eight hours works well, which means you can apply the rub to the ribs the night before and cook them the next day, or put the rub on early in the day and have your ribs in the oven just a couple of hours later. (seriouseats.com)
- Extra Tip: Our chef behind-the-scenes suggests finishing the ribs on the grill or in the oven if available. (koa.com)
- Bake ribs in oven, uncovered at 250 deg. (food.com)
- Whether you prepare ribs the night before, use a dry rub, or bake them in the oven or a smoker, ribs are a classic summertime food . (southernliving.com)
- Whether you cook these St. Louis ribs in the oven, grill, or broiler, the earthy-sweet flavor will delight your taste buds. (southernliving.com)
- Oven-roasting these ribs help tenderize the meat, which will impress your friends and family. (southernliving.com)
- With one coat of barbecue sauce, these ribs caramelize in the oven with hints of bourbon flavoring. (southernliving.com)
- Make the batter before removing the prime rib from the oven: Combine the eggs and half-and-half in a bowl and whisk until they're totally combined. (foodnetwork.com)
- Cook the ribs in the oven for 1 hour. (houseandhome.com)
- After 1 hour, turn down the oven temperature to 200°F (93°C) and continue to cook the ribs until the meat is cooked through and pulls apart easily from the bones, 1 ½ to 2 ½ hours. (houseandhome.com)
- Remove the ribs from the oven and, using tongs, transfer them to a rimmed baking sheet. (houseandhome.com)
- Turn the oven temperature up to 350°F (180°C). Using a silicone barbeque brush, spread the prepared BBQ sauce evenly on both sides of the ribs. (houseandhome.com)
- Put the ribs back in the oven to create a warm glaze with the sauce, 2-5 minutes. (houseandhome.com)
- Remove the ribs from the oven and top with the green onions (if using). (houseandhome.com)
- Continue smoking ribs until tender, about 2 hours more. (allrecipes.com)
- Cover and cook on low for 6-8 hours, or until ribs are fall-off-the-bone tender. (koa.com)
- With only 30 minutes of hands-on time, these ribs are savory, tender, and slow-cooked to perfection. (southernliving.com)
- These tender ribs make the best barbecue sandwiches ever! (fatfreevegan.com)
- These ribs use a no-frills rub with only four ingredients: chili powder, garlic powder, cumin, and thyme. (southernliving.com)
- Place ribs in slow cooker then add sauce and turn to coat well. (koa.com)
- Pour sauce over ribs. (food.com)
- for 3 hours or when sauce caramelizes on ribs and the liquid has evaporated. (food.com)
- A tangy glaze coats these ribs giving them an upscale flavor, made from honey, soy sauce, and crushed red pepper. (southernliving.com)
- Finish the ribs with a tomato-based condiment for the perfect sauce pairing. (southernliving.com)
- Choose your favorite way to prepare ribs and pair it with this mouthwatering marinade and sauce. (southernliving.com)
- The Melting Pot BBQ Sauce creates about a quart, so you can have some leftover or enjoy it all with these ribs. (southernliving.com)
- Smokehouse baby back ribs, slow-cooked and glazed in a deliciously sweet, smokey barbecue sauce, have been a popular item on Rawhides' menu from the very beginning. (houseandhome.com)
- Remove the sauce from the heat and let it settle and cool slightly at room temperature prior to glazing the ribs. (houseandhome.com)
- Cut into 16 "ribs" and serve with additional barbecue sauce. (fatfreevegan.com)
- In the second and third years of this project, NIOSH researchers monitored coal rib and support response at study sites, conducted compressive strength testing for rib units, calibrated a previously developed NIOSH rib model using the field monitoring data, verified the calibrated rib model using published rib monitoring case studies, and presented papers about the project findings at international conferences. (cdc.gov)
- By applying the CPRR technique to in-mine observations, NIOSH researchers identified the geotechnical factors that influence the structural competency of coal pillar ribs and the mechanisms of rib spalling. (cdc.gov)
- This article by NIOSH analyzes the current practices of rib control in U.S. coal mines. (cdc.gov)
- Place ribs on smoker meat-side up. (allrecipes.com)
- The amount of time the meat is left to sit with the salt before being cooked will affect the degree to which this change takes place: Salt the ribs right before cooking and the meat will be noticeably drier, but do it too far in advance and it can start to resemble ham. (seriouseats.com)
- Turn ribs so meat side is facing downwards. (food.com)
- Choose ribs with a generous amount of meat, ideally [conversion imperial="1 inch" metric="2.5 centimeters"] or so thick. (weber.com)
- Five to ten minutes of additional cooking after removing from the crock-pot will caramelize the ribs and impart even more barbecue flavor. (koa.com)
- Want smoked ribs, but don't have a smoker? (seriouseats.com)
- Coat ribs evenly with rub. (allrecipes.com)
- Ask a butcher to help trim these ribs so they are square and uniform, allowing them to cook evenly. (southernliving.com)
- Put the ribs on rimmed baking sheets and lightly rub them with the seasoning, ensuring they are evenly covered on both sides. (houseandhome.com)
Underground coal mines7
- To reduce the number of rib fall accidents in Eastern U.S. underground coal mines by developing an engineering-based design methodology that defines the appropriate level of rib support. (cdc.gov)
- Because of this lack of a minimum rib control requirement in underground coal mines, the coal mining industry continues to suffer from rib-related injuries and fatalities. (cdc.gov)
- During the ten-year period of 2010 through 2019, 17 fatalities caused by rib falls were documented by the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), representing 55% of the ground-fall-related fatalities in U.S. underground coal mines. (cdc.gov)
- According to MSHA statistics, during this same time period, 89% of the rib fatalities in U.S. underground coal mines occurred in the Eastern coal basins (Appalachian and Illinois coal basins). (cdc.gov)
- Insights into the relationships among the roof, rib, floor, and pillars of underground coal mines. (cdc.gov)
- A project to develop guidelines for determining the appropriate level of support and design methods for support systems to minimize the risk and severity of injuries to miners from rib falls in underground coal mines. (cdc.gov)
- Twenty underground coal mines were studied representing various coal basins, coal seams, geology, loading conditions, and rib control strategies. (cdc.gov)
- I've eaten enough dry, stringy ribs from real-deal smokers to know that the equipment alone isn't any kind of promise of quality. (seriouseats.com)
- I cut them into 2 rib sections so they can be picked up and eaten easily. (food.com)
- It took two attempts to get the texture just right, so my family has eaten a lot of barbecued ribs this week-and they are overjoyed! (fatfreevegan.com)
- Slow, steady preparation makes these ribs moist and delectable. (southernliving.com)
- A recent push to consider them as a system and in a similar manner as design engineers evaluate mechanical systems has highlighted the need to fully understand the interrelationship among the roof, rib, floor, and pillar. (cdc.gov)
- Reserving 1/4 cup, pour marinade over ribs, turning to coat. (canadianliving.com)
- The easiest way to remove it is to use a knife to free a corner of it from the ribs, then grab the loose membrane with a towel and pull it off the rest of the rack. (seriouseats.com)
- Serve immediately, either as a whole rack or cut into individual ribs. (houseandhome.com)
- Arrange the ribs in a rack, with all of them facing the same direction. (weber.com)
- Here are 15 deliciously mouthwatering ways to enjoy barbecue ribs. (southernliving.com)
- The ribs and rib muscles expand and contract with normal breathing. (medlineplus.gov)
- Save even more time by adding a dry spice marinade to the ribs the night before you plan to cook. (southernliving.com)
- We've given Korean short ribs a Canadian touch by marinating them in a sweet, tangy blend of balsamic vinegar, maple syrup and Dijon. (canadianliving.com)
- Brush on both sides of ribs. (bigoven.com)
- Arrange ribs in single layer in large baking dish. (canadianliving.com)
- Remove excess fat from ribs and cut into pieces. (food.com)
- In the fourth and final year of the project, researchers conducted parametric studies of factors affecting rib stability, established statistical relationships between the critical parameters and rib stability factors, developed a tool to design and analyze rib stability, and published the project findings in a peer-reviewed journal. (cdc.gov)
- Through experiments and simulation, this letter explores design parameters for a buried MMI rib waveguide based on anti-resonant reflecting optical waveguides in order to produce high-fidelity spot patterns. (bvsalud.org)
- Combining brown sugar, bourbon, and cayenne pepper is a classic mixture for these baby back ribs. (southernliving.com)
- Season the ribs lightly on the bone side. (weber.com)
- Ladd gives the cattle a double feeding, and Ree serves her big holiday meal, a prime rib feast. (foodnetwork.com)
- SIMI VALLEY, Calif. - Former first lady Nancy Reagan suffered broken ribs in a fall and is recovering slowly. (politico.com)
- Sprinkle ribs with salt. (canadianliving.com)
- Wood-smoked baby back ribs. (allrecipes.com)
- 2) coal ribs with in-seam thick partings (greater than 6 in. (cdc.gov)
- Using an Instant Pot gives you country-style ribs without needing a time-consuming technique like smoking or grilling. (southernliving.com)
- Compressive strength testing was conducted for rib units (coal and rock). (cdc.gov)
- Our quick and easy crock-pot bbq ribs are sure to please from the campsite to your dining room. (koa.com)
- During the five-year period of 2015 through 2019, nine rib-fall-related fatalities increased this proportion to 82% of ground-fall-related fatalities. (cdc.gov)
- And because jackfruit adds so much tenderness, I was able to skip the nut butter, so there is no added fat in these ribs, yet they're a little more filling than basic ribs. (fatfreevegan.com)
- Currently, rib support systems in U.S. coal mines are primarily designed using a trial-and-error approach. (cdc.gov)
- Through underground coal mine investigations, three main rib categories were observed: (1) solid coal ribs with or without thin partings of thicknesses under 2 in. (cdc.gov)