this. There're other couple of things you need to remember
are your lung. In the lung, mainly the hilum.
If I ask Johnny to stand up and if you look
at the cross-section from this side, if you
look at the hilum of the lung, so if Johnny
is standing this way, or if I’m standing
this way, cross-section of the right lung,
and the left lung, there’s a difference.
In the right lung, the bronchus is the most
superior part, bronchus. Then you have the
pulmonary artery and then the pulmonary vein.
So that’s the vein, that’s the artery
and bronchus. This is asked in the exam,
the order of the structures in the hilum;
bronchus, artery, and vein. On the left side,
it’s artery, bronchus, and vein.
That’s one that you need to remember. So,
right side is the bronchus, pulmonary artery,
pulmonary vein. On the left side, pulmonary
artery, bronchus, pulmonary vein. Both the
sides, vein is the inferior most structure.
The last part is the mediastinum. This is