inferior lobe of (left/right) lung

(redirected from lower lobe of lung)

in·fe·ri·or lobe of (left/right) lung

it is located below and behind the oblique fissure and contains five bronchopulmonary segments: superior (S VI), medial basal (S VII), anterior basal (S VIII), lateral basal (S IX), and posterior basal (S X).
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Caption: Figure 1: Axial chest computed tomography scan at subcarinal level demonstrates a 4.5 mm ground-glass opacity nodule in left upper lobe of lung (arrow) and a 16 mm part-solid ground-glass nodule in left lower lobe of lung (arrowhead).
CECT chest showed 1 thin walled cystic lesion in right lower lobe of lung measuring 7 x 6.4 x 5.2cm.
Post excision, the heart occupied its normal position and the expansion of normal lower lobe of lung was seen [Fig.
CT thorax suggestive of 5.5 x 5 cm, well defined hydatid cyst in right lower Lobe of lung and 8.6 x 8 x 7 cm splenic hydatid cyst.
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