Role of the left interventricular sulcus in formation of interventricular septum and crista supraventricularis in normal human cardiogenesis.

@article{Meredith1979RoleOT,
  title={Role of the left interventricular sulcus in formation of interventricular septum and crista supraventricularis in normal human cardiogenesis.},
  author={M. Alex Meredith and Grover M. Hutchins and G. William Moore},
  journal={The Anatomical record},
  year={1979},
  volume={194 3},
  pages={
          417-28
        }
}
Serial sections of normal human embryos were studied and three-dimensional images reconstructed to determine the early development of the interventricular septum. The position of the interventricular septum is determined in stage 9 of normal development by the formation of the left interventricular sulcus. As a result of unknown properties of the cells of the myocardial layer, the left interventricular sulcus persists while the right disappears, producing the initial lateral asymmetry of the… CONTINUE READING

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