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Chest cross section anatomy at T5

Chest cross section anatomy at T5

Terms:

Left side: Superior tracheobronchial lymph node, superior vena cava, right phrenic nerve, arch of azygos vein, right lung, intercostal muscles, serratus anterior muscle, tendon of long head of biceps brachii muscle, latissimus dorsi tendon, shaft of humerus, deltoid muscle, long head of triceps brachii muscle, teres major muscle, teres minor muscle, scapula, eophagu, thoracic duct, T4-T5 intervetebral disc, rhomboid muscle, trapezius muscle

Right side: trachea, thymus gland, manubrium, arch of aorta, internal thoracic artery and vein, left lung, rib, pectoralis major muscle, pectoralis minor muscle, axillary fossa, combined short head of biceps brachii and coracobrachialis muscles, tendon of long head of biceps brachii muscle, shaft of humerus, lateral head of triceps brachii muscle, long head of triceps brachii muscle, left latissimus dorssi tendon (inserting onto humerus), teres major muscle, subcapularis muscle, teres minor muscle, scapula, infraspinatus muscle, oblique fissure (of left lung), left vagus nerve (X), left recurrent laryngeal nerve, spinal cord

Source:
Netter Anatomy

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