A Textbook of Regional Anatomy by J. Joseph MD, DSc, FRCOG (auth.)

By J. Joseph MD, DSc, FRCOG (auth.)

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The convex surface in contact with the ribs and costal cartilages is called the costal surface. The medial surface is mainly flat and is related anteriorly to the mediastinum and posteriorly to the vertebral column. The edges between the base and costal surface, between the base and medial surface and anteriorly between the costal and medial surfaces, are sharp. This is in contrast to the rounded edge posteriorly between the costal and medial surfaces where a large mass of the lung lies in a deep hollow formed by the sides of the vertebrae and the backwardly projecting posterior ends of the ribs.

RECTUS SHEATH LATISSIMUS OORSIM. EXTERNAl OBUOUEM DELTOIDM. SUPRASPINATUS M• . DELTOIDM. INFRASPINATUSM. TERES Ml ORM. TERES MAJORM. JORM. LATISSIMUS DORSI M . (CUT) LATISSIMUS OORSIM. SERRATUS POSTERIOR IN FERIORM Figure 14 The muscles attached to the external surf ace ofthe thoracic wall·. (a) anterior·' (b) Ia t eral; (c) poste nor. 16 A Textbook of Regional Anatomy INTERCOSTAL A RIGHT BRACHIOCEPHALICV. INTERNAL JUGULAR V. SUBCLAVIAN V. INTERCOSTAL V. POSTERIOR INTERCOSTAL V. SUPERIOR VENA CAVA PECTORALIS MAJORM.

The superior groove is in front of the hilum and a groove arching forwards above the hilum marks the position of the azygos vein. The oesophagus lies behind the hilum and the trachea and vagus nerve are above the groove for the azygos vein. The cardiac area of the left lung is related mainly to the left ventricle (figure 27(b)). There is a wide groove above and behind the hilum extending to the lower border of the lung. The arch of the aorta and then the descending thoracic aorta lie in this groove.

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