By J. Joseph MD, DSc, FRCOG (auth.)
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The posterior intercostal arteries come from the descending thoracic aorta, except for the upper two which come from a branch of the subclavian artery. Passing backwards from the internal thoracic artery are anterior intercostal arteries. In one type of congenital condition called coarctation of the aorta, the aorta is narrowed beyond the origin of the left subclavian artery. Blood can pass from the subclavian artery on each side into its branches, one of which is the internal thoracic artery. Its branches, the anterior intercostal arteries, become enlarged and link up with the posterior intercostal arteries.
The Right Atrium. Its interior (figure 33) has a number of features which are best considered in the following order. The right atrium is divided into a smooth posterior part, the sinus venarum, into which the venae cavae open, and a ridged anterior part. The ridges radiate from a vertical line, the crista terminalis , which corresponds with the sulcus terminalis on the outside, anterior to the venae cavae , on the right surface of the atrium. ASCENDING AORTA 33 PULMO AAY TRUNK CRISTA LIMBUS OF FOSSAQVALIS TERMINAUS VALVE OF CORONARY SINUS RIGHT VENTRICLE LEFT VENTRICLE VALVE OF INFERIORVENA CAVA INFERIOR VENA CAVA Figure 33 RIGHT A TRIOVENmiCULAR OPENI G The interior of the right atrium.
Its most fixed part is the hilum, where the structures which enter and leave the lung form the root of the lung. The External Features of the Lungs. The living lung is mottled deep to its smooth surface formed by the visceral pleura (figure 25). On close examination the mottling is seen to consist of lines marking small polyhedral areas, within which are finer lines subdividing these areas. The lines are due to the deposition of fine particles of carbon which have been inhaled and deposited in the areolar tissue near the surface of the lung.