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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) LUS zones in the posterior chest. The posterior chest wall is divided into four quadrants by a vertical line connecting the spinous processes of the vertebrae and a horizontal line passing across the inferior border of the scapulae with a patient in sitting position and hands raised above the head. (b1) LUS zones in the right lateral chest wall. (b2) LUS zone in the left lateral chest wall

Figure 1: (a) LUS zones in the posterior chest. The posterior chest wall is divided into four quadrants by a vertical line connecting the spinous processes of the vertebrae and a horizontal line passing across the inferior border of the scapulae with a patient in sitting position and hands raised above the head. (b1) LUS zones in the right lateral chest wall. (b2) LUS zone in the left lateral chest wall