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Figure 1: Volume-rendered images viewed from the anterior direction. Fluoroscopy-like image (a) is combined with the trachea and bronchi (b). Bilateral diaphragms are located at the same height. Bilateral long bronchi with relatively sharp bronchial bifurcation angle are observed. Note the prominent azygos arch (arrows). Bilateral pulmonary arteries override the bilateral hyparterial long bronchi (c). Fluoroscopy-like image (a) is merged with the heart and bilateral bilobed lungs (d). Pulmonary morphology of the right (e) and left (f) lung show bilateral bilobed lungs

Figure 1: Volume-rendered images viewed from the anterior direction. Fluoroscopy-like image (a) is combined with the trachea and bronchi (b). Bilateral diaphragms are located at the same height. Bilateral long bronchi with relatively sharp bronchial bifurcation angle are observed. Note the prominent azygos arch (arrows). Bilateral pulmonary arteries override the bilateral hyparterial long bronchi (c). Fluoroscopy-like image (a) is merged with the heart and bilateral bilobed lungs (d). Pulmonary morphology of the right (e) and left (f) lung show bilateral bilobed lungs