Right Upper Lobe of Lung

The right upper lobe of the lung is one of the three lobes the right lung is composed of. It consists of three segments: the apical, the posterior, and the anterior. Branches of arteries and veins, which stem from the thoracic branch, nourish the lobes of the right lung and these, in turn, stem from the descending aorta.

 

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