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Cage

A section of a brokerage firm used for receiving and disbursing funds.

Cage

A department at a brokerage responsible for receiving and distributing funds, as well as maintaining records. The cage enables the rest of the brokerage to function, especially by keeping records of dividends and other payouts and receiving payments from clients. It is more formally called the cashier's department.

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1981) Relationship of rib cage and abdomen motion to diaphragm function during quiet breathing.
The slumped or C-curved position causes a collapse at the bottom of the rib cage where the diaphragm attaches and where the esophagus passes into the stomach.
Decreased mobility of the costovertebral and costotransverse joints is believed to occur from increased tension in the musculature surrounding the rib cage in rowers (11).
During the surgery, Demi had part of her rib cage removed and two rods were inserted into her back.
With one hand on top of the other, place the heel of your bottom hand on the abdomen below the rib cage and above the navel.
Using an introducer to guide the delivery of the defibrillation lead under the rib cage, the study determined that defibrillation is possible in this location with defibrillation results consistent with conventional ICDs.
New York, May 25 ( ANI ): X-rays published in 1908 demonstrate how corsets of the era narrowed the lower rib cage.
The scary skin-headed singer in this surreal, gross-out movie has a physio gnomically -correct replica of his rib cage tattooed on his rib cage and walks around on the ceiling .
The placement of the rib cage affects the placement of everything around it: the head and neck, the arms, the lower back.
Seven-year-old Charlotte Speddy from Bethesda had a long vertical rod in her spine replaced and another adjusted on her rib cage at University of Wales Hospital, Cardiff.
The belly is sucked in, and eventually upwards into the rib cage (although this is the more intermediate phase), and holding that suction, with no breath, for five to ten counts is agni sara.
Almost two out of five people do not know what their kidneys do, one in seven do not know where their rib cage is and over a third could not place the femur in their leg.