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by heart

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from the bottom of your heart

from the heart

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lose heart

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set your heart on something

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  • desire
  • long for
  • yearn for
  • hunger for
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take heart

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the circulatory organ of the body

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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

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the locus of feelings and intuitions

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the courage to carry on

an inclination or tendency of a certain kind

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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)

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

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CAFs are rare but very important clinical entity and represent abnormal connection between one or more coronary arteries and an adjacent cardiac chamber or vascular structure.
The three surgical routes described consist of aortotomy through the aortic root, through ruptured cardiac chamber site of aneurysm, and combination of both (16, 48).
The shape of the cardiac chambers may be shown deformed usually by cardiac masses, tumors, thrombi, and cysts.
Images were reconstructed in multiple planes and 3D images were reconstructed using CT vessel selection tool (Figure 2), which clearly demonstrated connection between the uterine fibroids, all the intravascular filling defects (in right gonadal vein and IVC) and heterogeneous densities in right cardiac chambers. The case was assessed and discussed in intra-departmental consultation conference by a team of qualified consultant radiologists.
A major goal has been to understand how CPCs give rise to the different cell types of the mature heart, which include muscle cells (cardiomyocytes) and endothelial cells that line cardiac chambers and valves.
The objective of cardiac CT angiography is to synchronize image acquisition with the delivery of iodine at the peak of arterial enhancement within the left-sided cardiac chambers, coronary arteries and aorta.
She considers such topics as the position of the patient and transducer, M-mode and Doppler examination, the echocardiographic evaluation of cardiac chambers, acyanotic congenital heart disease, acquired valvular disease, diseases of the myocardium, the pediatric echocardiogram report and its pitfalls, fetal and neonatal echocardiography, and echocardiography in the intensive care unit.
Patients with CDH might present with anatomic and echocardiographic alterations of the left cardiac chambers (LV) (7,8), making the systemic circulation more dependent on the RV and exacerbating LV dysfunction (7).
Laidlaw said, "the cardiac chambers, rather than contracting, really just quiver or shake, and they don't generate enough pressure to circulate the blood to the brain or throughout the body.
FIRMap is the first and only contact-mapping basket catheter cleared by the FDA for use in all cardiac chambers to assist in the diagnosis of complex arrhythmias.
Investigations and Progress: Echocardiography revealed normal sized cardiac chambers, no segmented wall motion abnormality, good left ventricular systolic function with ejection fraction of 60%, grade 1 diastolic dysfunction and normal heart valves.
They detail surgical approaches to the heart, the normal surgical anatomy of the cardiac chambers, the valves and systems for circulation and conduction within the heart, congenitally malformed hearts, lesions, abnormalities of the great vessels, and positional abnormalities of the heart.
Finally, TEE is able to detect distal pieces of tumour thrombus that may infrequently break loose and migrate into one of the cardiac chambers.[sup.6]
(8) Histologic evidence for continuity between the recesses and the ventricular chamber has been shown by demonstration that the recesses are lined by endothelial cells, as is the case along all endocardial surfaces in each of the four cardiac chambers. (1) The coarse and broad trabeculae that are seen in LVNCC take the place of the normally conspicuous anterior and posterior papillary muscles that anchor the chordae tendinae of the three cusps of the mitral valve.