coronary sinus

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Synonyms for coronary sinus

a short sinus receiving most of the veins of the heart

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Per-operative finding was a large non coronary sinus aneurysm filled with thrombus extending almost upto inferior vena cava.
For accurate measurement, normally the SOVs are measured in double short-axis at the aortic root from coronary sinus to its opposite trigon.
In this study, all the heart specimen had the RCA originating from the anterior or right (clinically) coronary sinus while LCA originating from left posterior sinus.
Bicuspid Aortic Valve: An Unusual Cause of Aneurysm of Left Coronary Sinus of Valsalva.
LSVC was draining in coronary sinus coming in RA (fig-3).
This depicted the persistent left superior vena cava to a dilated roofed coronary sinus.
Our previous pilot studies on patients with non end-stage heart disease indicate that retrograde delivery into the coronary sinus by infusion is successful, as it gives doctors the ability to deliver large numbers of stem cells directly to the impacted areas with minimal side effects to the patient.
The PICSO Impulse Catheter is inserted in a standard manner via the femoral vein and placed in the coronary sinus using a steerable guide sheath.
First, in the atrial switch population, the coronary sinus ostium and TV annulus are often on the PVA side, rather than the SVA side.
Retrograde infusion is a minimally invasive technique in which a catheter is inserted through the venous system into a patient's coronary sinus.
Retrograde infusion is a minimally invasive technique in which a catheter is inserted through die venous system into a patient's coronary sinus.
Earliest activation was found at the coronary sinus ostium (Figure 2 and Figure 3).
Our goal was to characterize the BNP forms present in explanted human heart tissue and matching plasma in patients with end-stage heart failure and also characterize the newly secreted forms of BNP in coronary sinus plasma in patients with preserved left ventricular systolic function undergoing cardiac catheterization.
This prospective, non-randomised observational study, Maximizing CRT Delivery by Using Multipolar Coronary Sinus Lead Family ACUITY X4 (RALLY X4), is expected to enroll up to 1,000 patients who will receive the ACUITY X4 leads at approximately 100 centres across 18 countries, concluded the company.
The right coronary artery (RCA) arose normally from the right coronary sinus and had a normal posterior descending artery (PDA) and several long posterolateral segmental arteries.