Costal surface of lung
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|Costal surface of lung|
|Front view of heart and lungs.|
|Latin||facies costalis pulmonis|
|Gray's||subject #240 1094|
The costal surface of the lung (external or thoracic surface) is smooth, convex, of considerable extent, and corresponds to the form of the cavity of the chest, being deeper behind than in front.
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