Thoracic cavity and lung anatomy in detail
In this image, you will find Thoracic inlet, Left subclavian a. and v., Left brachiocephalic, Aortic arch, Pulmonary trunk, Left pulmonary vv., Left lung, Heart, Xiphoid process of sternum, Common carotid a., Internal jugular v, Right brachiocephalic v., Manubrium of sternum, Superior vena cava, Right pulmonary vv., BOdy of sternum in it.
You may also find Rib 1, Rib2, Rib 6, Boundary of parietal, Heart, Xiphoid process of sternum, Lung, Visceral pleura, Pleural cavity, Parietal pleura, Cosromediastinal recess, Pleural cavity, Visceral pleura, Parietal costal pleura, Pleural cavity, Parietal pleura, Pleural reflection, Cosromediastinal recess, Pleural cavity, Visceral pleura as well.
There are other parts like Parietal costal pleura, Parietal mediastinal pleura, Parietal cervical pleura, Pleural cavity, Parietal costal pleura, Visceral pleura, Costodiaphragmatic recess, Parietal mediastinal pleura, Diaphragmatic pleura, Pleural reflection in this image.
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