superior lobe of (right/left) lung

(redirected from lobus superior pulmonis (dextri et sinistri))

su·pe·ri·or lobe of (right/left) lung

the lobe of the right lung that lies above the oblique and horizontal fissures and includes the apical (S I), posterior (S II), and anterior (S III) bronchopulmonary segments; in the left lung, the lobe lies above the oblique fissure and contains the apicoposterior (S I + II), anterior (S III), superior lingular (S IV), and inferior lingular (S V) segments.
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