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The sternum ________.
a. consists of only two parts, the manubrium and
xiphoid process
b. has the sternal angle located between the
manubrium and body
c. receives direct attachments from the costal
cartilages of all 12 pairs of ribs
d. articulates directly with the thoracic vertebrae

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