Missing Oblique Fissure on Left Lung – A Case Report

*Correspondence to: Padmasini Srinivasan, Madha Medical College and Research Institute, Chennai, Kovur Tamil Nadu, India
Received: Dec 27, 2022; Accepted: Jan 09, 2023; Published: Jan 11, 2023
Citation: Srinivasan P (2023) Missing Oblique Fissure on Left Lung. Journal of Anatomical Variation and Clinical Case Report 1:101. DOI: 10.61309/javccr.1000101
Copyright: ©2022 Srinivasan P. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits
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Lungs are respiratory organs located in chest. They help us to breathe. So any variation of the lung anatomy can have
clinical implications in healthcare involving respiratory pathology. This study aims to report an unusual case of a missing
oblique fissure on the left side and atrophy of right side.
Keywords: Oblique Fissure; Lungs; Respiratory organs; Cadaveric lungs

Figure 1: Anterolateral surface of left lung                                                                                              Figure 2: Medial surface of left lung