By Werner Mohl
In the first component to this ebook the micro-anatomy of the coronary sinus is defined with its direction and form, size and width, myocardial hide and preliminary and terminal valves. The quantity, diameter and mode of openings of the key cardiac veins are made up our minds and documented. an outline and interpretation of the draining structures of the human center with reference to the coronary sinus intervention equipment is mentioned within the moment half.
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The nomenclature is based on the Nomina Anatomica, fifth edition, Mexico city, 1980 and sixth edition, Tokyo 1989. Results and Discussion The Coronary Sinus The Significance of the CS and the M ost Frequent Tributaries Among the venous collectors, the cs constitutes the main structure in the left posterior part of the coronary sulcus. , the sternocostal, diaphragmatic and lateral walls of the left ventricle and interventricular septum. In most of the cases studied the cs is as wide and as long as one to three phalanges of the little finger and may be either slightly or strongly curved.
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