Crista Terminalis, Musculi Pectinati, and Taenia Sagittalis: Anatomical Observations and Applied Significance

@inproceedings{Siddiqui2013CristaTM,
  title={Crista Terminalis, Musculi Pectinati, and Taenia Sagittalis: Anatomical Observations and Applied Significance},
  author={Abu Ubaida Siddiqui and Syed Rehan Hafiz Daimi and Kusum Rajendra Gandhi and Abu Talha Siddiqui and Soumitra Trivedi and Manisha B. Sinha and Mrithunjay Rathore},
  booktitle={ISRN anatomy},
  year={2013}
}
Background. The complex architecture of the right atrium, crista terminalis (CT), and the musculi pectinati (MP) poses enormous challenges in electrophysiology and cardiac conduction. Few studies have been undertaken to substantiate the gross features of MP, in relation to the CT, but there is still scarcity of data regarding this. We tried to reinvestigate the gross arrangement of muscle bundles in the right atrium. Methods. Utilizing 151 human hearts and orientation of MP and its variations… CONTINUE READING

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