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Structure perforating diaphragm

T8: IVC
T10: esophagus vagus
T12: aorta, thoracic duct, azygos vein

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esophagus

t10

3

azygos vein

t12

4

ivc

t8

5

vagus

t10

6

aorta

t12

7

thoracic duct

t12

8

Diaphragm is innervwT BY

c3 c4 c5
phrenic nerve

9

causes of diafragm irritation (that cause pain)

air or blood in peritoneal cavirt

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pain from diaphragm irritation can be refereed to (and how)

1. shoulder (C5)
2. trapezius ridge (C3,C4)

11

How many lobes does the right lung have? How many does the left lung have?

Three; two (Left has Less Lobes [2] and Lingula)

12

What structure does the left lung have that the right lung does not?

• The lingula, which is the homolog of the middle lobe of the right lung

13

Where is the pulmonary artery in relation to the bronchus within the right lung hilus?

Anterior (RALS = Right Anterior; Left Superior)

14

Where is the pulmonary artery in relation to the bronchus within the left lung hilus?

• Superior (RALS = Right Anterior; Left Superior)

15

The oblique fissure divides which two lobes in the right lung? The left lung?

The middle and inferior lobes; the superior and inferior lobes

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• Both the right and left lungs have a(n) ____ (oblique/horizontal) fissure. Only the right lung has a(n) ____ (oblique/horizontal) fissure.

Oblique; horizontal

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In the posterior aspect of both the right and left lungs, the ____ (horizontal/oblique) fissure divides the superior and inferior lobes.

Oblique