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Saturday, October 13, 2018

Esophagus in Situ Anatomy

Esophagus in Situ Anatomy
Common carotid artery, Anterior scalene muscle, Phrenic nerve, Posterior scalene muscle, Brachial plexus, Subclavian artery, Thyrocervical trunk, Vagus nerve (CN X) 1st rib (cut), Brachiocephalic trunk, Trachea, Arch of aorta, Arch of azygos vein, Right main bronchus, Thoracic part of esophagus, Esophageal plexus, Mediastinal part of parietal pleura (cut edge), Anterior vagal trunk (CN X), Inferior vena cava (cut), Hepatic veins (cut)

Inferior vena cava, Right crura of respiratory diaphragm, Left crura of respiratory diaphragm, Inferior phrenic arteries, Celiac trunk, Abdominal aorta, Longus colli muscle, Cervical part of esophagus, Recurrent laryngeal nerves, Thoracic duct, Internal jugular vein (cut).

Subclavian vein (cut), Left brachiocephalic vein (cut), Internal thoracic artery (cut), Phrenic nerve (cut), Common carotid artery, Subclavian artery, Vagus nerve (CN X), Left recurrent laryngeal nerve, Costal pleura (cut edge), Left main bronchus, Thoracic (descending) aorta, Mediastinal part of parietal pleura (cut edge), Pericardium (cut edge), Respiratory diaphragm, Diaphragmatic part of parietal pleura, Abdominal part of esophagus, Stomach

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