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Characterization of Atrial Fibrillation in Man: Studies Following Open Heart Surgery *
The nature of localized atrial activation during atrial fibrillation was characterized in 34 patients following open heart surgery. Bipolar atrial electrograms (AEG) recorded in each patient withExpand
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Anatomy of the Cardiac Conduction System in the Rabbit
  • T. James
  • Medicine
  • Circulation research
  • 1 June 1967
Anatomy of the cardiac conduction system was studied in 15 rabbits with serial histologic sectioning of 4. The rabbit's sinus node is a simple and distinct structure located at the junction of theExpand
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Cardiac conduction system: fetal and postnatal development.
  • T. James
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of cardiology
  • 1 February 1970
Abstract Development of the cardiac conduction system is considered from the standpoint of its fetal, neonatal and adult anatomy, histology and pathology. The perspectives provided by these multipleExpand
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Anatomy of the human sinus node
  • T. James
  • Medicine
  • The Anatomical record
  • 1 October 1961
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Anatomy of the sinus node, AV node and os cordis of the beef heart
  • T. James
  • Medicine
  • The Anatomical record
  • 1 December 1965
The bovine sinus node is in a location similar to that in the human and canine hearts, but it contains no central large artery whereas the sinus node in the other two species is distinctly organizedExpand
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Anatomy of the Coronary Arteries in Health and Disease
  • T. James
  • Medicine
  • Circulation
  • 1 December 1965
This is a brief perspective review of some personal observations on the normal and abnormal anatomy of the human coronary arteries. Since it is possible to cover in detail but a few aspects of such aExpand
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Comparative Ultrastructure of the Sinus Node in Man and Dog
Ultrastructure of the sinus node was studied in human and canine hearts and found to be similar. The principal cell of the sinus node is a small round pale cell with randomly distributed sarcosomesExpand
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The Atrial Coronary Arteries in Man
An anatomic study of the atrial coronary arteries in 43 fresh normal human hearts is described. The implications of the findings are discussed for clinical problems facing the cardiologist and theExpand
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Prevalence of dyslexia among Texas prison inmates.
Approximately 80% of prison inmates are reported to be functionally illiterate. We hypothesized that poor single word decoding (the chief feature of dyslexia) accounts for a significant percentage ofExpand
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Entrainment and Interruption of Atrial Flutter with Atrial Pacing: Studies in Man Following Open Heart Surgery
To examine the question of why the pacing rate and duration of atrial pacing are crucial factors in the successful interruption of atrial flutter, studies were performed on 30 patients in the periodExpand
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