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1. Latissimus dorsi muscle

2. Intercostal muscle

4. Right lung

5. Inferior vena cava

6. Internal thoracic artery and vein

7. Right atrium

8. Xiphoid process

9. Right coronary artery

10. Right atrioventricular (tricuspid) valve

11. Coronary sinus

12. Rib (costal cartilage)

13. Right ventricle

14. Circumflex branch of left coronary artery

15. Left ventricle

16. Phrenic nerve and pericardium

17. Serratus anterior muscle

18. Sympathetic trunk

19. Thoracic vertebra

20. Trapezius muscle

21. Erector spinae muscle

22. Esophagus

23. Spinal cord

24. Azygos vein

25. Thoracic duct

26. Vagus nerve

27. Descending aorta

28. Left lung

29. Myocardium of the left ventricle

30. Prevertebral lymph nodes

31. Parasternal lymph nodes

32. Prepericardial lymph nodes

33. Juxtaesophageal lymph nodes

34. Para-aortal lymph nodes

35. Intercostal lymph nodes

36. Lateral pericardial lymph nodes

Lung Anatomy Border

— = Borders of lung segments

— = Borders of lung segments

Right Lung

5. Medial segment of middle lobe

8. Anterior basal segment of lower lobe

9. Lateral basal segment of lower lobe

10. Posterior basal segment of lower lobe

Left Lung

5. Inferior lingular segment

7. Medial basal (cardiac) segment of lower lobe

8. Anterior basal segment of lower lobe

9. Lateral basal segment of lower lobe

10. Posterior basal segment of lower lobe

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