Mesenchymal tissue of the interventricular septum. Structural and ultrastructural study.

@article{Strauss1987MesenchymalTO,
  title={Mesenchymal tissue of the interventricular septum. Structural and ultrastructural study.},
  author={Mirian Strauss and Hector Arrechedera and C Arguello and C Ayesta and Mariano Domingo Alvarez and Guillermo Anselmi},
  journal={Anatomy and embryology},
  year={1987},
  volume={176 2},
  pages={231-7}
}
Light and electron microscopic studies of frontal and sagittal sections of embryonic chick hearts (Stages 25, 28-29), reveal mesenchymal tissue in the cephalic portion of the interventricular septum. The endocardium of this cephalic portion contains reoriented and invaginated cells with pseudopodia; in addition there are cells immediately subjacent to the endocardium. Similar cellular events take place during the formation of mesenchymal tissue in the atrioventricular and conotruncal regions… CONTINUE READING