Costal pleuraCostal pleura Front view of thorax, showing the relations of the pleuræand lungsto the chest wall. Pleura in blue; lungs in purple. Costal pleura labeled at upper right. Latinp. costalis Gray'ssubject #238 1088Dorlands/Elsevierp_24/12646763
Different portions of the parietal pleura have received special names which indicate their position: thus, that portion which lines the inner surfaces of the ribs and Intercostales is the costal pleura.
- SUNY Figs 19:02-02
- Norman/Georgetown thoraxlesson2
- Atlas of anatomy at UMich lung_pleura
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This article was originally based on an entry from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy. As such, some of the information contained herein may be outdated. Please edit the article if this is the case, and feel free to remove this notice when it is no longer relevant.v • d • eAnatomyof torso, respiratory system: Lungsand related structures lungs
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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