THE CONNECTING PATHWAYS BETWEEN THE SINUS NODE AND A-V NODE AND BETWEEN THE RIGHT AND THE LEFT ATRIUM IN THE HUMAN HEART.

@article{James1963THECP,
  title={THE CONNECTING PATHWAYS BETWEEN THE SINUS NODE AND A-V NODE AND BETWEEN THE RIGHT AND THE LEFT ATRIUM IN THE HUMAN HEART.},
  author={T. N. James},
  journal={American heart journal},
  year={1963},
  volume={66},
  pages={
          498-508
        }
}
  • T. N. James
  • Published 1963
  • Medicine
  • American heart journal
Abstract In the human heart there are three connecting pathways between the sinus node and the A-V node, all of which contain Purkinje fibers but also many myocardial fibers without these characteristics. The anterior internodal tract passes from the sinus node to sweep anterior to the superior vena cava into Bachmann's bundle, where it divides to distribute to the left atrium and to curve back into the interatrial septum and descend to the A-V node. The middle internodal tract leaves the… Expand
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