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Damage to the structures in the thorax. Injuries to the thorax are often serious since they can affect the vital organs of the lungs and heart. A fall from a horse, a crush in a rugby scrum, or any other direct hit on the thorax can result in fractured ribs with the potential risk of a punctured lung. Stress fractures of the rib occasionally occur, especially in those, such as tennis players, who use mainly one arm.

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