Cervical pleuraCervical pleura Latinc. pleurae Gray'ssubject #238 1088Dorlands/Elsevierc_67/12271746
Different portions of the parietal pleura have received special names which indicate their position: thus, that which rises into the neck, over the summit of the lung, is the cupula of the pleura (cervical pleura).
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right • left • lingula • apex • base • root • cardiac notch • cardiac impression • hilum • borders (anterior, posterior, inferior) • surfaces (costal, mediastinal, diaphragmatic) • fissures (oblique, horizontal)conducting zone
trachea (tracheal rings, carina) • bronchi • main bronchus (right, left) • lobar/secondary bronchi (eparterial bronchus) • segmental/tertiary bronchi (bronchopulmonary segment) • bronchiole • terminal bronchiolerespiratory zone pleurae
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