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Atrioventricular (AV) and ventriculoatrial (VA) branches of the coronary arteries are vessels which supply simultaneously atrial and ventricular walls by means of recurrent rami. The terminology indicates the name of the main vessel followed by the name of the recurrent vessel both combined in an adjective. These branches establish a vascular 'suture'(More)
In 20% of 40 human hearts, AV and VA branches of the coronary arteries supplied the wall of cardiac chambers on the opposite side of the heart. VA branches were more frequent than AV branches and both were observed at the level of the crux cordis (in the diaphragmatic aspect of the heart).
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