Right Lung Lobes?

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The lung lobes are the sub divisions of the lungs. The left lung has two lobes, upper and lower, while the right lung is divided into three lobes, upper, middle, and lower. These lobes have their own pleural covering.
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In a human body, the right lung has 3 lobes and the left lung has 2 lungs. This asymmetry on the left allows room for the heart that is slightly left of the center of the body.
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Lobes of the Lung. The right side of the lung has three lobes. The left side contains two, due to space restrictions concerning the heart's location on that side.
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The oblique fissure separates the lungs into upper and lower lobes. Thanks for using
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Human lungs are divided into right and left lungs, and further subdivided into lobes. The right and left lung are not symmetrical, since your right lung has three lobes and your left
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