Sinus coronarius
Cognitores
TA A12.3.01.002
Anatomia macroscopica
Aspectus cordis posterior
Sinus coronarius in latere cordis postico situs est. Fluxus sanguinis ex myocardio in atrium dextrum fit.

Sinus coronarius est vena cordis, confluentibus venis ex myocardio (musculo cardiaco) oriens. In omnibus mammalium praesens, sanguis inops oxygenii per sinum coronarium in atrium dextrum, inter ostium atrioventriculare dextrum (valvae tricuspidalis) et venam cavam inferiorem fluit[1].

NotaeRecensere

  1. McAlpine W. A. (2012). Heart and Coronary Arteries: An Anatomical Atlas for Clinical Diagnosis, Radiological Investigation, and Surgical Treatment. Springer Science & Business Media. ISBN 9783642659836 

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Nexus externiRecensere

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