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Chest cross section anatomy at T6

Chest cross section anatomy at T6

Terms mentioned:

Left side:  Inferior tracheobronchial lymph nodes, ascending aorta, right pulmonary artery, superior vena cava, pectoralis major muscle, right lung (at hilum), intercostal muscles, axillary fossa, tendon of long head of biceps brachii muscle, coracobrachialis muscle, deltoid muscle, lateral head of triceps brachii muscle, latissimus dorsi tendon, long head of triceps brachii muscle, teres major muscle, scapula, infraspinatus muscle, rhomboid major muscle, right main bronchus, azygos vein, esophagus

Right side:  Manubriosternal junction, internal thoracic artery and vein, 2nd costal cartilage, pulmonary trunk, left pulmonary artery, left lung (at hilum), pectoralis minor muscle, ribs, long head of biceps brachii muscle, shaft of humerus, latissimus dorsi tendon, teres major muscle, serratus anterior muscle, subscapularis muscle, left main bronchus, descending aorta, hemiazygos vein, trapezius muscle, thoracic duct, T5-T6 intervertebral disc

Source:
Netter Anatomy

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