Horizontal fissure of right lung
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|Horizontal fissure of right lung|
Fissure not labeled, but visible at right, between #3 and #4.
Mediastinal surface of right lung. (Fissure visible at left.)
|Latin||fissura horizontalis pulmonis dextri|
The Horizontal fissure usually extends from the oblique fissure along the border of the 4th rib.
- Oblique fissure (present on both lungs)
- transverse+fissure+of+the+right+lung at eMedicine Dictionary
- Atlas image: lung_sup_med at the University of Michigan Health System - "Dissection of thorax, anterior view"
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