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skeleton fibrosum cordis

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Top level systema cardiovasculare Short Extended
Level 2 cor Short Extended
Level 3 complexus valvaris cordis Short Extended
Current level skeleton fibrosum cordis
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skeleton fibrosum cordis
esqueleto fibroso del corazón
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centrum fibrosum cordis
centro fibroso del corazón
9505 3638
trigonum fibrosum dextrum
trígono fibroso derecho
77125 3640
anulus fibrosus dexter
anillo fibroso derecho
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fila coronaria dextra
filetes coronarios derechos
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pars membranacea septi atrioventricularis
porción membranosa del tabique atrioventricular
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pars membranacea septi interventricularis
porción membranosa del tabique interventricular
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continuum valvare aortomitrale
continuidad valvar aortomitral
77434 3642
tendo valvulae venae cavae inferioris ; tendo haemorrhoidalis
tendo de la valvula de la vena cava inferior ; tendo hemorroidal
9508 3639
trigonum fibrosum sinistrum
trígono fibroso izquierdo
77124 11342
anulus fibrosus sinister
anillo fibroso izquierdo
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fila coronaria sinistra
filetes coronarios izquierdos
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anulus aorticus
anillo aortico
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tendo infundibuli
tendo del cono arterial
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tendo coni arteriosi
tendo del cono arterial
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anulus trunci pulmonalis
anillo del tronco pulmonar
16 lines
81.3 %
87.5 %
Scientific notes
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One of the landmarks of the atrioventricular nodal triangle is formed by a fibrous continuation of the valve of the inferior vena cava, also known as the tendon of Todaro (Ho and Anderson 2000 J Cardiovasc Electrophysiol 11:83-89; Mori et al. 2015 Clin Anat 28:878-887).
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The term skeleton fibrosum cordis is a general term for the fibrous scaffold supporting the valves and muscle fibres and electrically isolating the atria from the ventricles. It comprises a fibrous centre, two trigones, four anuli, three ligaments, the membranous septum and some related structures (Saremi et al. 2017 Radiographics 37:1330-1351 and Zimmerman 1966 Ann R Coll Surg Eng 39:348-366).
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The right fibrous trigone together with the adjacent membranous septum and the insertion of the tendon of Todaro (currently listed as tendo spatii pyramidalis inferioris) form the so-called central fibrous body of the heart (Saremi et al. 2017 Radiographics 37:1330-1351).
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Fila coronaria are fibrous subendocardial cords, extensions of the fibrous trigones, forming about 75% of the anuli fibrosi (Kachlik et al. 2021 Bosn J Basic Med Sci 21:208-220).
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The membranous parts of the interventricular and atrioventricular septa have also been viewed as parts of the fibrous skeleton of the heart (Saremi et al. 2017 Radiographics 37:1330-1351; Kachlik et al. 2021 Bosn J Basic Med Sci 21:208-220). The atrioventricular part of the membranous septum is found between the left ventricle and the right atrium (NA3/4).
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Clinical term for a fibrous area between the fibrous trigones, the anulus fibrosus sinister and the anulus aorticus, important in aortic valvular replacement surgery (Saremi et al. 2017 Radiographics 37:1330-1351).
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Fila coronaria are fibrous subendocardial cords, extensions of the fibrous trigones, forming about 75% of the anuli fibrosi (Kachlik et al. 2021 Bosn J Basic Med Sci 21:208-220).
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The anulus aorticus and anulus trunci pulmonalis are integrated parts of the fibrous skeleton of the heart, encircling the corresponding ostia, and forming a scaffold for the corresponding valves (Saremi et al. 2017 Radiographics 37:1330-1351; Kachlik et al. 2021 Bosn J Basic Med Sci 21:208-220).
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The tendo infundibuli is an inconstant fibrous band within the crista supraventricularis, arising at the level of the membranous part of the interventricular septum and extending cranially to connect with the infundibulum. It forms no real component of the fibrous skeleton of the heart (Saremi et al. 2017 Radiographics 37:1330-1351; Kachlik et al. 2021 Bosn J Basic Med Sci 21:208-220).
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The tendon of the conus is an inconstant fibrous band at the level of contact between the pulmonary trunk and the ascending aorta (Saremi et al. 2017 Radiographics 37:1330-1351).
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Date: 28.06.2023