Root of the Lung 3D

  • Description                                                       
    • * Is a short, broad pedicle which connects the medial surface of the lung to the mediastinum.
    • * Is formed by structures which either enter or come out of the lung at the hilum.
    • * The roots of the lungs lie opposite the bodies of the fifth, sixth and seventh thoracic vertebrae.
    • * Consists of principal bronchus on the left side, eparterial and hyparterial bronchi on the right side, pulmonary vessels, bronchial vessels, anterior and posterior pulmonary plexuses of nerves, lymphatics, bronchopulmonary lymph nodes, and Areolar tissue.

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  • Description                                                       
    • * Is a short, broad pedicle which connects the medial surface of the lung to the mediastinum.
    • * Is formed by structures which either enter or come out of the lung at the hilum.
    • * The roots of the lungs lie opposite the bodies of the fifth, sixth and seventh thoracic vertebrae.
    • * Consists of principal bronchus on the left side, eparterial and hyparterial bronchi on the right side, pulmonary vessels, bronchial vessels, anterior and posterior pulmonary plexuses of nerves, lymphatics, bronchopulmonary lymph nodes, and Areolar tissue.

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