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Correlated Applied Anatomy of the Bronchial Tree and Lungs With a System of Nomenclature FREE TO VIEW

CHEVALIER L. JACKSON; JOHN FRANKLIN HUBER
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


1943 by the American College of Chest Physicians


Chest. 1943;9(4):319-326. doi:10.1378/chest.9.4.319
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Abstract

The anatomy of the bronchial tree is discussed with reference to the branching into lobar and segmental bronchi, and the relation of each lobar and segmental bronchus to its corresponding portion of lung. The terminologies used by various writers are discussed, particularly that of James Hardie Neil, and a new nomenclature is proposed.


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