1. Latissimus dorsi muscle

2. Thoracodorsal artery

3. Long thoracic nerve

4. Serratus anterior muscle

5. Right lung

6. Crista terminalis

7. Superior vena cava

8. Right atrium

9. Internal thoracic artery and vein

10. Right coronary artery

11. Aortic valve

12. Sternum

13. Conus arteriosus

14. Rib (costal cartilage)

15. Left coronary artery

16. Coronary sulcus

17. Left ventricle

18. Left coronary artery

19. Phrenic nerve and pericardium

20. Left lung

21. Scapula

22. Intercostal muscle

23. Rib

24. Left pulmonary vein

25. Left atrium

26. Trapezius muscle

27. Erector spinae muscle

28. Thoracic vertebra

29. Azygos vein

30. Spinal cord

31. Esophagus

32. Transverse process

33. Costovertebral joint

34. Thoracic duct

35. Descending aorta

36. Left pulmonary vein

37. Left inferior lobar bronchus

38. Bronchopulmonary lymph nodes

39. Prevertebral lymph nodes

40. Parasternal lymph nodes

41. Prepericardial lymph nodes

42. Juxtaesophageal lymph nodes

43. Para-aortal lymph nodes

44. Intercostal lymph nodes

Parasternal Lymph Nodes

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