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- In standing ZOA represents 30% of total surface of rib cage.
- The piston-like axial displacement of the diaphragm dome relates to the shortening of the apposed muscle fibers.
- Abnormal levels of asymmetrical ZOA opposition results in thoraco asymmetry and contributes to scoliosis, roto-scoliosis, kyphosis, and lordosis.