By J. Nielubowicz (auth.), Professor Dr. W. Bircks, Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. J. Ostermeyer, Professor Dr. H. D. Schulte (eds.)
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The dashed line shows with an alternating row of c ircles and points a l ong the frontal wal l of the valvular pockets the zip fastener -li ke mechanism of t he systolic c losure of the valve delicate elastic fibr es exist in which a distinct frame about 10 ~ m thick forms in the latera l wall of th e wedge. When the valves are closing a dense fitting of the contact zone of th e valves takes place as the pockets alternatingly come together like a zip fastener. 29 Discussion The results show that the closing edge of the mitral valve is morphologically characterized by small tissular pockets.
Cardiovascular Surgery 1980: Proceedings of the 29th International Congress of the European Society of Cardiovascular Surgery by J. Nielubowicz (auth.), Professor Dr. W. Bircks, Priv.-Doz. Dr. med. J. Ostermeyer, Professor Dr. H. D. Schulte (eds.)