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Top level systema cardiovasculare Short Extended
Level 2 cor Short Extended
Current level pericardium
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Short official Latin term
Short French equivalent
9869 3715 Tax
9586 3716 Tax
pericardium fibrosum
péricarde fibreux
71429 3717 Tax
ligamenta sternopericardiaca
ligaments sternopéricardiques
14821 Tax
ligamentum sternopericardiacum superius
ligament sternopéricardique supérieur
15779 Tax
ligamentum sternopericardiacum inferius
ligament sternopéricardique inférieur
77436 3718 Tax
membrana bronchopericardiaca
membrane bronchopéricardique
9582 3719 Tax
pericardium serosum
péricarde séreux
9870 3720 Tax
lamina parietalis pericardii serosi
lame pariétale du péricarde séreux
15780 Tax
lamina visceralis pericardii serosi ; epicardium
lame viscérale du péricarde séreux
tunica serosa pericardii serosi
tunique séreuse du péricarde séreux
tunica subserosa pericardii serosi
tunique subséreuse du péricarde séreux
7224 3724
plica venae cavae superioris sinistrae
pli de la veine cave gauche supérieure
12 lines
83.3 %
83.3 %
Scientific notes
Libelle of note
Membrana bronchopericardiaca A connective tissue membrane consisting mainly of collagenous fibres that extends from the anterior surface of the tracheal bifurcation via the dorsal wall of the pericardium to the diaphragm. Three fibre directions can be discerned. Vertical fibres run in the direction just mentioned. Transverse fibres run from the pericardium into the lung where they join the adventitia of the large pulmonary veins. Oblique fibres extend from the two main bronchi diagonally over the pericardium into the opposite pulmonal ligaments. The membrane is the borderline between the middle and the posterior mediastinum, together with the tracheal bifurcation. Its function is to stabilize the tracheal bifurcation and that of the main bronchi, in relation to the dorsal aspect of the pericardium and the pulmonary hilus, during movements relating to respiration, the larynx, and the head. Benninghoff Anatomie. 1994. Edited by Drenckhahn D. and Zenker W. Vol. 1. p. 557. München-Wien-Baltimore: Urban & Schwarzenberg. Rauber/Kopsch. 1987. Anatomie des Menschen. Edited by Leonhardt H. Vol. 2, p. 159. “Innere Organe." Stuttgart, New York: Georg Thieme.
Date: 31.05.2024