Left upper lobe bronchus
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The left upper lobe bronchus is very short and divides immediately into the segmental bronchi. There are usually 10 individual segmental bronchi for each lung, however, the left lung can have segmental bronchi which share a common stem 1.
The left upper lobe segmental bronchi are 1:
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