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Structure of parietal pericardium

Known as: Pericardium, Parietal, Lamina parietalis pericardii, Parietal layer of serous pericardium 
The outer layer of the pericardium, which is a thin sac of tissue that surrounds the heart.
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2001
2001
Among 344 cases with surgically resected parietal pericardium, ages ranged from 1 to 87 years (mean, 55), and 64% were male… Expand
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1997
1997
Gene transfer to the heart has been accomplished with intravascular administration of adenoviral vectors into the pericardial sac… Expand
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1991
1991
We performed percutaneous balloon pericardial window (PBPW) in 8 patients (age 40 to 70 yrs; 4 men, 4 women) with malignant… Expand
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1990
1990
We present results from in vitro biaxial stress-strain experiments on epicardium excised from the right and left ventricular free… Expand
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1987
1987
The two-dimensional mechanical properties of human pericardium from seven males undergoing coronary artery bypass surgery were… Expand
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1983
1983
Delayed rupture of myocardial infarcts, more than 10 days after infarction, is only rarely observed at autopsy. Of 1,814 hearts… Expand
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1981
1981
To obtain a basis for the evaluation of postimplantation changes in bioprostheses made of parietal pericardium, we conducted… Expand
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1980
1980
Our experience with 27 patients undergoing pericardiectomy at New York University Medical Center over the past 13 years has… Expand
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1980
1980
Morphologic studies of normal anterior parietal pericardium from seven patients revealed this tissue to be composed of three… Expand
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1958
Highly Cited
1958
A ventricular aneurysm developed after myocardial infarction in a 50-year-old man. It was large enough to cause a bizarre… Expand
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