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Figure 7 (A-J): (A-D) Nodal disease. Right upper paratracheal nodes-N3 (arrow, 7A) in a left-sided lung cancer (block arrow, A). Pretracheal-N2 (arrow, B) and aortopulmonary-N3 (arrowhead, B) nodes in a right-sided lung cancer (block arrow, B). Left inferior pulmonary ligament node-N2 (arrow, C) in a left-sided lung cancer (block arrow, C). Right scalene node-N3 (arrow, D). (E-J) Nodal stations. Nodal stations based on the IASLC map (ref 15). Station 1 (E)- Low cervical, supraclavicular, and sternal notch; station 2 (E and F)- upper paratracheal; station 3a (F-H)- prevascular; station 3p (F-H)- retrotracheal; station 4 (H)- lower paratracheal; station 5 (G)- aortopulmonary window; station 6 (H)- para-aortic (ascending aorta or phrenic); station 7 (I)- subcarinal; station 8 (J)- paraesophageal (below carina); station 9 (J)- pulmonary ligament; station 10 (I)- hilar; stations 11-14 are not included in the figure

Figure 7 (A-J): (A-D) Nodal disease. Right upper paratracheal nodes-N3 (arrow, 7A) in a left-sided lung cancer (block arrow, A). Pretracheal-N2 (arrow, B) and aortopulmonary-N3 (arrowhead, B) nodes in a right-sided lung cancer (block arrow, B). Left inferior pulmonary ligament node-N2 (arrow, C) in a left-sided lung cancer (block arrow, C). Right scalene node-N3 (arrow, D). (E-J) Nodal stations. Nodal stations based on the IASLC map (ref 15). Station 1 (E)- Low cervical, supraclavicular, and sternal notch; station 2 (E and F)- upper paratracheal; station 3a (F-H)- prevascular; station 3p (F-H)- retrotracheal; station 4 (H)- lower paratracheal; station 5 (G)- aortopulmonary window; station 6 (H)- para-aortic (ascending aorta or phrenic); station 7 (I)- subcarinal; station 8 (J)- paraesophageal (below carina); station 9 (J)- pulmonary ligament; station 10 (I)- hilar; stations 11-14 are not included in the figure