cardiac notch of left lung


cardiac notch of left lung
incisura cardiaca pulmonis sinistri.

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  • Lingula of left lung — Infobox Anatomy Name = PAGENAME Latin = lingula pulmonis sinistri GraySubject = GrayPage = Caption = #1 Anterior border of lung #2 Oblique fissure #3 Cardiac notch #4 Lingula of left lung Caption2 = 1. Oblique fissure 2. Vertebral part 3. Hilum… …   Wikipedia

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  • Mediastinal surface of lung — 1. Anterior border 2. Mediastinal part 3. Medial surface 4. Inferior lobe 5. Base of lung Latin facies mediastinalis pulmonis …   Wikipedia

  • Borders of the lung — Infobox Anatomy Name = Borders of Lung Latin = GraySubject = 240 GrayPage = 1096 Caption = Mediastinal surface of right lung. Caption2 = Mediastinal surface of left lung. System = MeshName = MeshNumber = DorlandsPre = DorlandsSuf = The anterior… …   Wikipedia

  • Diaphragmatic surface of lung — 1. Oblique fissure 2. Vertebral part 3. Hilum of lung 4. Cardiac impression 5. Diaphragmatic surface Latin facies diaphr …   Wikipedia


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