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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . mary artery, is distributed to the medias-tinal pleura. d. The pericardiac branch (r. pericardinciis) is a tiny filament which is usually given offopposite the lower mariL^in of tiie thirtl costal cartilage. It is sometimes absent on the left side. r. The terminal branches arise uiukr cover of the pleura anti differ to some e.xtent onthe two sides. The riffht phrenic divides antero-lateral to the opening for the inferioivena cava into (aa)an anterior and (bb) a posterior branch. aa. The anterior branch l)reaks up

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . mary artery, is distributed to the medias-tinal pleura. d. The pericardiac branch (r. pericardinciis) is a tiny filament which is usually given offopposite the lower mariL^in of tiie thirtl costal cartilage. It is sometimes absent on the left side. r. The terminal branches arise uiukr cover of the pleura anti differ to some e.xtent onthe two sides. The riffht phrenic divides antero-lateral to the opening for the inferioivena cava into (aa)an anterior and (bb) a posterior branch. aa. The anterior branch l)reaks up Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . mary artery, is distributed to the medias-tinal pleura. d. The pericardiac branch (r. pericardinciis) is a tiny filament which is usually given offopposite the lower mariL^in of tiie thirtl costal cartilage. It is sometimes absent on the left side. r. The terminal branches arise uiukr cover of the pleura anti differ to some e.xtent onthe two sides. The riffht phrenic divides antero-lateral to the opening for the inferioivena cava into (aa)an anterior and (bb) a posterior branch. aa. The anterior branch l)reaks up under the pleura into five or si.x fine twigs, hich spreadout antero-laterally in the sternal portion and the anterior part of the right costal portion of the Fig. 1090, Scalenus incdius muscle Vagus nerve- V. cervical nerve Scalenus anticus muscle Ipper trunk of brachial plexus VII. cer-ical nerve Superior intercostal a Vni. cenical nerve I. thoracic nerveClavicle Phrenic nerve Internal mam-mary artery Innominate veins Vena cava superior l.ung, mesial surface Pericardium. Sterno-cleido-mastoidVagus ner-eInternal jugular veinSubclavian arteryOmo-hyoid muscleSubclavian veinClavicle Subclavius muscle -Lrib Manubrium sterni Vagus ner-ePhrenic nerve Lungr. mesial surface.^^^ sho^^ing hilum — IV. rib

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