In this case of Prows the cardiac veins drained into the right atrium via the Coronary sinus... In this case of Prows, the cardiac veins drained into the right atrium via the Coronary sinus,... Absence of Coronary sinus. Absence of Coronary sinus. Related links Related links Upper: The right coronary artery originated from the right sinus of the pulmonart trunk. In this... Upper: The right coronary artery originated from the right sinus of the pulmonart trunk. In this... In these views the Coronary sinus (cs) is clearly visible and the inferior vena cava (ivc) can... In these views, the Coronary sinus (cs) is clearly visible, and the inferior vena cava (ivc) can... These rare variations were found in a specimen obtained from a 78-year-old male subject. Huber... These rare variations were found in a specimen obtained from a 78-year-old male subject. Huber... Upper. The right coronary originated from the right sinus of the pulmonary trunk. In this case of a... Upper. The right coronary originated from the right sinus of the pulmonary trunk. In this case of a... source unknown to authors. Section Top Title Page Home Search About Us FAQ Reviews ... source unknown to authors. Section Top | Title Page Home | Search | About Us | FAQ | Reviews |... TITLE: Coronary sinus and right posterior descending DESCRIPTION: Can you identify the IVC the... TITLE: Coronary sinus and right posterior descending DESCRIPTION: Can you identify the IVC, the... Fig.4.10h-1 : Remnants of the extensive right valve of the sinus venosus termed the Chiari network. Fig.4.10h-1 : Remnants of the extensive right valve of the sinus venosus termed the Chiari network. These rare variations were found in a 78 year-old male subject. A.: cardiac veins converging on the... These rare variations were found in a 78 year-old male subject. A.: cardiac veins converging on the... Fig. 2: Velocity magnitude at fully opened valve (three representative sections). Fig. 2: Velocity magnitude at fully opened valve (three representative sections). Yellow arrows point to left-sided persistent SVC passing lateral to aortic arch and anterior to left... Yellow arrows point to left-sided persistent SVC passing lateral to aortic arch and anterior to left... Note the dual Coronary sinuses labeled as (1) LSVC (left superior vena cava) and (2) CS (coronary... Note the dual Coronary sinuses labeled as (1) LSVC (left superior vena cava) and (2) CS (coronary... Diagram - Figure 4.10l-1 Diagram - Figure 4.10l-1 Fig. 3: The right atrium free wall and appendage are opened. The incision in the interatrial septum... Fig. 3: The right atrium free wall and appendage are opened. The incision in the interatrial septum... In these views the Coronary sinus (cs) is clearly visible and the inferior vena cava (ivc) can... In these views, the Coronary sinus (cs) is clearly visible, and the inferior vena cava (ivc) can... Parts are separable from the base for close observation and discussion. Parts are separable from the base for close observation and discussion. The aortic valve is normally made up of three cusps . In some cases it is just made up of two in... The aortic valve is normally made up of three cusps . In some cases it is just made up of two, in... Figure 2. Lateral view: RA and RV leads seen entering from posterior aspect to RA and RV. ... Figure 2. Lateral view: RA and RV leads seen entering from posterior aspect to RA and RV. ... . . Learn more about this diagram Learn more about this diagram Diagram - Figure 8.6-a : Drawing of figure 8.6 above with labelling. Diagram - Figure 8.6-a : Drawing of figure 8.6 above with labelling. Diagram - Figure 8.15a : Drawing of fig.8.15 with labelling. Diagram - Figure 8.15a : Drawing of fig.8.15 with labelling. a shows injection into the epicardium. b shows endocardial injection. c shows intracoronary... a shows injection into the epicardium. b shows endocardial injection. c shows intracoronary... The right coronary artery originated from the right sinus of the pulmonary trunk. In this case of a... The right coronary artery originated from the right sinus of the pulmonary trunk. In this case of a... Figure 2. (A) Anomalous RCA from the left Coronary sinus exhibiting plaque fissure and thrombus... Figure 2. (A) Anomalous RCA from the left Coronary sinus exhibiting plaque fissure and thrombus... Figure 2. (A) Anomalous RCA from the left Coronary sinus exhibiting plaque fissure and thrombus... Figure 2. (A) Anomalous RCA from the left Coronary sinus exhibiting plaque fissure and thrombus... Figure 2. (A) Anomalous RCA from the left Coronary sinus exhibiting plaque fissure and thrombus... Figure 2. (A) Anomalous RCA from the left Coronary sinus exhibiting plaque fissure and thrombus...
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