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Bassett Collection of Stereoscopic Images of Human Anatomy

Thoracic viscera in situ

Radiograph of thorax, anteroposterior view

Image #116-4

KEYWORDS: Overview.

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Thoracic viscera in situ
Radiograph of thorax, anteroposterior view
The subject is a young female. The film was made during full inspiration.
1 . Body of vertebra Th. I (outlines of lower vertebrae not included in drawing but are clearly visible in stereoscopic view)
2 . Clavicle
3 . Rib I (anterior part)
4 . Trachea (radiolucent)
5 . Mammary body
6 . Right margin of heart
7 . Diaphragm (right dome)
8 . Aortic arch
9 . Pulmonary trunk
10 . Left main bronchus (faintly visible as translucent band)
11 . Heart
12 . Left ventricle
13 . Apex of heart
14 . Diaphragm (left dome)