heart

(redirected from Cardiac chambers)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • all
  • noun
  • phrase

Synonyms for heart

by heart

Synonyms

from the bottom of your heart

from the heart

Synonyms

lose heart

Synonyms

set your heart on something

Synonyms

  • desire
  • long for
  • yearn for
  • hunger for
  • hanker after
  • want desperately

take heart

Synonyms

Synonyms for heart

the circulatory organ of the body

Synonyms

the seat of a person's innermost emotions and feelings

a place of concentrated activity, influence, or importance

a point of origin from which ideas or influences, for example, originate

Synonyms for heart

the locus of feelings and intuitions

Synonyms

the courage to carry on

an inclination or tendency of a certain kind

Synonyms

a plane figure with rounded sides curving inward at the top and intersecting at the bottom

a firm rather dry variety meat (usually beef or veal)

Related Words

a playing card in the major suit that has one or more red hearts on it

References in periodicals archive ?
Partial absence is more common on the left than right and depending on the size of the defect can predispose to herniation of cardiac chambers impairing their function and/or causing ischemic necrosis or result in compression of the epicardial coronary arteries.
3 to posterior wall thickness Interventricular septum motion and shape Regular Left ventricular diastolic function Normal/improved Ejection fraction Normal Left atrial volume Increased moderately in proportion to other cardiac chambers Echocardiographic index Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy Left ventricular chamber size (diameter) Normal/decreased Mitral valve systolic anterior motion Present Acoustic density of the myocardial wall Increased Interventricular septum thickness > 16 mm Interventricular septum thickness ratio > 1.
The CS demonstrates an endocardium, myocardium and epicardium, and is anatomically discrete from the other four cardiac chambers.
It occurs when the upper two cardiac chambers, instead of beating synchronously with the lower chambers, fibrillate.
In recent years, enlargement of the right cardiac chambers has drawn attention from sonographers and echocardiologists in the field of fetal cardiology.
Uchenna et al found that a 39-year-old female after alcohol intake in fertility potions for 8 years developed dilated cardiac chambers.
3 Diagnostic cardiac chambers or great vessels catheters angiogrEifiEikhoz AC line item
CT can be useful for analyzing cardiac chambers to determine their size, shape and thickness.
The creation of pre-transeptal anatomical maps of the left cardiac chambers from the right side may diminish the need for detailed pre-procedure imaging studies, reduce procedure times, and facilitate accurate and effective lesion placement.
Considering that the culprit vessel was too small to have a significant influence, echocardiography was performed immediately, which revealed a moderate pericardial effusion with the diastolic collapse of cardiac chambers [Figure 1]c.
Specifically, percutaneous trans-jugular technique of intra-cardiac chamber pressure estimation is defined as percutaneous placement of a pressure-monitoring catheter through the IJV and its positioning in the desired cardiac chambers.
Two-dimensional transthoracic echocardiography showed normal-sized cardiac chambers and a large echo-free space behind the right atrium (Fig.