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By Florin Mihail Filipoiu

​This middle anatomy ebook describes the cardiac improvement and cardiac anatomy within the improvement of the grownup center, and is illustrated by way of a variety of pictures and examples. It includes 550 photos of dissected embryo and grownup hearts, acquired throughout the dissection and images of 235 hearts. it's been designed to permit the fast realizing of the most important innovations and that every little thing could be truly and graphically defined in a single booklet. this can be an atlas of cardiac improvement and anatomy of the human middle which distinguishes itself with using 550 photographs of embryonic, fetal and grownup hearts and utilizing textual content that's logical and concise. all of the pointed out anatomical constructions are proven with using suggestive dissection photos to stress the main points and the general place. the entire photographs have special reviews, whereas scientific implications are recommended. The dissections of other hearts exemplify the variety of the cardiac constructions. The electron and optical microscopy photographs are sharp and supply nice constancy. The arterial molds acquired utilizing methyl methacrylate are illustrative and the images use suggestive angles. The dissections have been made on human basic and pathological hearts of other a while, expanding the scientific application of the cloth contained within.​

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51). If its origin was from the vestibular spine, then its trajectory should have been parallel with the interatrial septum, situation that does not match the reality, the tendon of Todaro lying oblique to the septum and passing through the marginal fold and disappearing in the dorsal-sinusal space. d a e b CSO c Fig. 51 Adult heart. Inside the right atrium. View from the right. The tendon of Todaro spreads from the dorsosinusal space to the tendinous centre. CSO Coronary sinus ostium. a Tendon of Todaro, b terminal crest, c septal cusp, d insertion of the tendon on the tendinous centre, e origin of the tendon in the dorsosinusal space Evolutionary Significance of the Sinusal Valves and Horns The sinusal valves guide the blood towards the left fetal atrium.

Aortico-pulmonary septum (but more precise the separation groove), divides the right and left prominences into two halves, so finally the two arterial ostia will present three valves each. Valves are forming through a degeneration process of the central part of these prominences, which results in the valve sinuses (Figs. 76). If case of valve atresia, the process of “cavitation” does not occur or it is incomplete and the valvules are fully or partially fused (probably due to lack of resorption of the corresponding part of the spiral septum).

66). Most of the bulboventricular sulcus remains captive in the depth of that fold after the merge of the conus and the primitive ventricle. A segment of the bulboventricular sulcus is again visible beyond the conoventricular fusion area, on the right side of the pulmonary conus, near the atrioventricular junction, known as the superior bulboventricular sulcus (Figs. 61). The concave margin diminishes and only on this edge the conoventricular and bulboventricular sulci meet and almost reach the atrioventricular canal (Figs.

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