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By Francesco Faletra, Natesa Pandian, Siew Yen Ho

ISBN-10: 1405180552

ISBN-13: 9781405180559

ISBN-10: 1444300563

ISBN-13: 9781444300567

New MSCT machines produce a quantity facts set with the top isotropic spatial solution ever noticeable, delivering magnificent 3D pictures of the full middle and vessels.The texts presently on hand on cardiac CT imaging regularly specialize in visualizing pathological points of coronary arteries. Anatomy of the guts by means of Multislice Computed Tomography is the 1st textual content to bridge the space among classical anatomy textbooks and CT textbooks, proposing a side-by-side comparability of ‘electronic’ dissection made via CT scanning and normally hand-made anatomical dissection.Focusing at the basics in addition to the main points of cardiac anatomy in a scientific environment utilizing MSCT, this can be a useful reference for cardiac imaging trainees, cardiologists, radiologists, interventionists and electrophysiologists, delivering a greater realizing of the cardiac constructions, coronary arteries and veins anatomy and their three-d spatial relationships.

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The annulus (ring hingeline) Similar to the pulmonary valve, the semilunar hingelines of the aortic leaflets give a crown-shaped appearance to the fibrous thickening that forms the so-called annulus. It is a condensation of collagenous tissue that follows the semilunar contour Anatomy of the Heart by Multislice Computed Tomography F. F. Faletra, N. G. Pandian and Siew Yen Ho. © 2008 Francesco Fulvio Faletra, Natesa G. Pandian and Siew Yen Ho. ISBN: 978-1-4051-8055-9. of the valvar attachment. As with the pulmonary valve, the semilunar attachment extends across the ventriculo-arterial junction.

3 3D electronic cast of the left ventricle (LV) and the left atrium (LA) with the aortic root colored in pink and the left ventricle in purple. The semilunar attachments (red dashed line) of the valvar leaflets are arranged in crown-like fashion (see inset of anatomic specimen). The black dashed line marks the ventriculo-arterial junction. Inset: anatomic specimen showing the crown-shaped appearance of the cusps’ attachment. LAA  left atrial appendage. 4 3D volume rendering external view of the aortic root.

Ao  aorta; PT  pulmonary trunk; RAA  right atrial appendage; RV  right ventricle. The right ventricle can be divided into three components: the inlet, apical and outlet components (Fig. 20). 16 Electronic cast viewed from the apex. The arrow marks the acute margin. RV  right ventricle; LV  left ventricle; RVOT  right ventricle outflow tract. trabeculations, in contrast to the fine trabeculations found in the left ventricle. In addition, the right ventricle is characterized by the presence of other structures such as (a) the crista supraventricularis (or supraventricular crest), (b) the moderator band and (c) the trabecula septomarginalis (or septomarginal trabeculation) (Fig.

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