Category: Human Dissection Labs, Human Dissection Labs, Pre-Clinical, Pre-Medical, Regional Anatomy, Thorax, Thorax, Thorax Tags: cardiac nerve, chest, dissection, Esophagus, heart, left pleura, lungs, lymph nodes, median sagittal plane, mediastinum, phrenic nerve, posterior mediastinum, right pleura, sternum, superior mediastinum, thoracic cavity, thoracic duct, thoracic wall, thorax, thymus, trachea
very useful for medical students
Sir, sympathatic chains will be on both sides right?
Yes the sympathetic chain is a bilateral structure extending from the superior cervical ganglion at C1 all the way down to the sacrum where it connects to the other side with a small ganglion know as ganglion impar.
Sir plzzzzzz tell me the position of heart with respect to trachea………?
I guess I better reply right away it sounds important. The heart starts at the level of T4/5 vertebral disc at the transthoracic plane. The trachea bifurcates at this same level. Since this is the plane that separates superior mediastinum from inferior mediastinum (heart is in middle, inferior mediastinum and trachea is in superior mediastinum). Hope that helps
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