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    Bronchopulmonary Segments of the Lungs (useful to the interpret ion of chest radiology findings)

    Each bronchopulmonary segment is supplied by its own segmental bronchus and a branch of the pulmonary artery and vein. In addition, each segment is surrounded by connective tissue, thereby encapsulating one segment from another and ensuring that each bronchopulmonary segment is an autonomous unit. Thus, if a portion of a lung is diseased, a surgeon can remove the entire bronchopulmonary segment that is a ected, while the remaining healthy bronchopulmonary segments continue to function as before.

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    Regulation of Ventilation

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