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  • Bronchopulmonary segmental anatomy - “ Bronchopulmonary segmental anatomy describes the division of the lungs into segments based on the tertiary or segmental bronchi. Gross anatomy T...”
  • Left upper lobe - “ The left upper lobe (LUL) is one of two lobes in the left lung. It is separated from the left lower lobe by the left oblique fissure and subdivide...”
  • Left lower lobe lateral segment - “ The left lower lobe lateral or lateral basal segment is one of the four bronchopulmonary segments of the left lower lobe. It is the most inferolat...”
  • Secondary lobar bronchi - “ The secondary lobar bronchi or just lobar bronchi are the first subdivision of the main (or primary) bronchi. Like the primary and tertiary bronch...”
  • Left lower lobe anteromedial segment - “ The left lower lobe anteromedial segment (or cardiac segment) is one of the bronchopulmonary segments of the left lower lobe. It is the most anter...”
  • Trachea - “ The trachea, known colloquially as the windpipe, connects the upper respiratory tract to the lungs via the tracheobronchial tree, enabling gas exc...”
  • Left lower lobe bronchus - “ The left main bronchus divides into the left lower lobe bronchus and the left upper lobe bronchus. It is one of the secondary lobar bronchi. Gros...”
  • Left lower lobe posterior segment - “ The left lower lobe posterior or posterior basal segment is one of the four bronchopulmonary segments of the left lower lobe. It is the most infer...”
  • Left lower lobe - “ The left lower lobe (LLL) is one of two lobes in the left lung. It is separated from the left upper lobe by the left oblique fissure and subdivide...”
  • Left upper lobe superior lingular segment - “ The left upper lobe superior lingular segment is one of the four bronchopulmonary segments of the left upper lobe. It lies below the apicoposterio...”
  • Left upper lobe apicoposterior segment - “ The left upper lobe apicoposterior segment is one of the bronchopulmonary segments of the left upper lobe. As its name suggests, it is the most ap...”
  • Bronchopulmonary segments (mnemonic) - “ Mnemonics to remember the bronchopulmonary segments are: A PALM Seed Makes Another Little Palm (right lung) ASIA ALPS (left lung) Mnemonics 'A...”
  • Left upper lobe anterior segment - “ The left upper lobe anterior segment is one of the four bronchopulmonary segments of the left upper lobe. It is the most anterior of the segments ...”
  • Left upper lobe bronchus - “ The left main bronchus divides into the left upper lobe bronchus and the left lower lobe bronchus. It is one of the secondary lobar bronchi. Gros...”
  • Lung - “ The lungs are the functional units of respiration and are key to survival. They contain 1500 miles of airways, 300-500 million alveoli and have a ...”
  • Left main bronchus - “ The trachea bifurcates into the right and left main bronchi at the level of the carina, supplying air to the right and left lungs respectively. Ea...”
  • Left lung - “ The left lung is one of two lungs, located in the left hemithorax on the left of the heart and mediastinum.  There are a few differences between ...”
  • Carina - “ The carina is the sagittally-oriented cartilaginous ridge at the bifurcation of the trachea and is an important reference point in chest imaging. ...”
  • Left lower lobe superior segment - “ The left lower lobe superior or apical segment is one of the four bronchopulmonary segments of the left lower lobe. It is the most apical of the s...”
  • Lingula (lung) - “ The lingula is a combined term for the two lingular bronchopulmonary segments of the left upper lobe: superior lingular segment inferior lingula...”
  • Boyden classification of bronchi - “ The Boyden classification of bronchi refers to the standard nomenclature used to describe bronchopulmonary segmental anatomy. Each lung has 10 se...”
  • Tracheobronchial tree - “ The tracheobronchial tree is the branching tree of airways beginning at the larynx and extending inferiorly and peripherally into the lungs as bro...”
  • Left upper lobe inferior lingular segment - “ The left upper lobe inferior lingular segment is one of the four bronchopulmonary segments of the left upper lobe. It lies below the superior ling...”

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