By J. Joseph MD, DSc, FRCOG (auth.)
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One is similar to the upper lobe bronchus on the right side in that it divides into three segmental bronchi and the other goes to the lingula (linguklr bronchus) and like the middle lobe bronchus of the right side divides into two segmental bronchi. The left lower lobe bronchus The Contents of the Thorax I UPPER LOBE BRONCHUS POSTERIOR APICAL ANTERIOR POSTERIOR BASAL Figure 28 ANTERIOR BASAL MEOIAL BASAL ANTERIOR BASAL The main lobar and segmental bronchi. divides into five segmental bronchi. The segmental subdivisions of the lobes of the lung are important because disease may be limited to one segment before spreading to another.
The upper pole of the kidney especially on the left lies behind the lower border of the pleura in the region of the eleventh and twelfth ribs. The posterior borders of the lung and pleura continue upwards parallel to and 5 em from the midline of the back. The anterior borders of the left lung and pleura pass downwards from the sternal angle to the fourth costal cartilage and then deviate to the left for about 3 em and pass downwards to the sixth costal cartilage. The margin of the pleura does not deviate to the left as much as that of the lung.
The base of the right lung is more concave than that of the left. The Lobar and Segmental Bronchi (Bronchopulmonary Segments) The lung is divided into lobes and each lobe into segments called bronchopulmonary segments which may be defined as subdivisions of a lobe each supplied by a segmental bronchus and all its branches. In terms of its air passages the segments can be regarded as independent structural units. Although each segment has an almost independent blood supply from a branch of the pulmonary artery, the pulmonary veins of adjacent segments are not so markedly separate nor are the lymphatics which form connections between segments.