The clinical anatomy of the crista terminalis, pectinate muscles and the teniae sagittalis.


The crista terminalis (CT) is an important anatomic landmark due its close association with the sinoatrial node artery and the origin of the pectinate muscles (PM). However, the gross anatomy of the PM in relation to the CT has not been well described. The aim of our study has been to investigate the location and the morphology of PM in relation to the CT… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.aanat.2007.05.002


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