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Characterization of Atrial Fibrillation in Man: Studies Following Open Heart Surgery *
TLDR
The nature of localized atrial activation during atrial fibrillation was characterized in 34 patients following open heart surgery and an atrial flutter‐fibrillation pattern in the ECG was associated with a relatively ordered atrialactivation pattern and a relatively slow atrial rate. Expand
Anatomy of the Cardiac Conduction System in the Rabbit
TLDR
The rabbit's sinus node is a simple and distinct structure located at the junction of the crista terminalis with the sinus intercavarum nearly midway between the two cavae; it contains an unusually large percentage of P cells but is not organized about a large central artery. Expand
Cardiac conduction system: fetal and postnatal development.
  • T. N. James
  • Medicine
  • The American journal of cardiology
  • 1 February 1970
TLDR
Evidence is cited to support the concept that the atrioventricular (A-V) node and His bundle originate as separate structures that join together very early in fetal development, particularly as they relate to the pacemaking function of the nodes. Expand
Anatomy of the sinus node, AV node and os cordis of the beef heart
  • T. N. 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
Anatomy of the human sinus node
Anatomy of the Coronary Arteries in Health and Disease
TLDR
The presentation was oriented to stress topics of special value to the physician dealing with patients having heart disease. Expand
Comparative Ultrastructure of the Sinus Node in Man and Dog
TLDR
Correlation of the electron microscopic appearance of the sinus node with that based on light microscopy is discussed, and some of the possible functional significances of the fine structure are considered. Expand
The Atrial Coronary Arteries in Man
TLDR
An anatomic study of the atrial coronary arteries in 43 fresh normal human hearts is described and the implications for clinical problems facing the cardiologist and the cardiovascular surgeon are discussed. Expand
Morphology of the human atrioventricular node, with remarks pertinent to its electrophysiology.
  • T. N. James
  • Medicine
  • American heart journal
  • 1 December 1961
TLDR
The morphology of the A-V node and its environs in man was studied and the suggestion is made that the slight delay in impulse conduction observed in this region may be a multiple cancellation effect within the node. Expand
Entrainment and Interruption of Atrial Flutter with Atrial Pacing: Studies in Man Following Open Heart Surgery
TLDR
Atrial flutter was interrupted successfully when the atria were paced at a rate which was too fast for the atrial flutters to follow, heralded by the conversion of previously negative flutter waves to positive atrial complexes in ECG lead II. Expand
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