By Roelof-Jan Oostra, Gerd Steding, Wout H. Lamers, Antoon F. M. Moorman (auth.)
Steding’s and Virágh’s Scanning Electron Microscopy Atlas of the constructing Human Heart
Dr. Roelof-Jan Oostra, Dept. of Anatomy and Embryology, educational scientific heart, college of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Gerd Steding, Dept. of Embryology, Georg-August-Universität, Göttingen, Germany
Prof. Dr. Wout H. Lamers, Dept. of Anatomy and Embryology, educational scientific heart, collage of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Prof. Dr. Atoon F.M. Moorman, Dept. of Anatomy and Embryology, educational clinical middle, collage of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Quick reference guide
- Includes nearly two hundred scanning electron microscopy pictures
- All photos are paired with drawings that hold the legends
- Provides unique descriptions of the appropriate developmental events
Steding’s and Virágh’s Scanning Electron Microscopy Atlas of the constructing Human Heart includes a whole and large publicity of the spatial and temporal elements of human cardiac improvement as noticeable with scanning electron microscopy. except serving as a different evaluation on cardiac improvement within the human embryo, this atlas offers an up-to-date morphological reference of cardiac embryology for topographic correlation and permits the projection of experimental ends up in animals to the human situation.
Steding’s and Virágh’s Scanning Electron Microscopy Atlas of the constructing Human Heart bargains a simply available reference reduction for scientists operating within the fields of molecular, biochemical, genetic and morphological research of cardiac improvement. also, it serves as a beneficial instrument within the schooling of scientific scholars, clinicians, pathologists and geneticists.
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The remainder of the left venous valve fuses with the atrial septum by the end of the embryonic period. DEVELOPMENT OF THE PULMONARY VEINS The smooth-walled part of the mature left atrium develops from the myocardium surrounding the pulmonary veins. g. g. c. the sinus septum and the dorsal mesocardium. , 1998]. Therefore, the atrial compartment should be considered as the site of pulmonary venous origin. , 2004]. When seen from the luminal side, the area of the atrium connected to the dorsal mesocardium initially appears as a horse shoe-shaped elevation of the myocardium, the legs of which are called the right and left pulmonary ridges.
The dorsal rim of the primary interatrial septum is in continuity with the tissue that surrounds the pulmonary pit, which at this stage is also a midline structure. This tissue forms the right and left pulmonary ridges. The primary interatrial septum grows into the direction of the atrioventricular transition, thereby reducing the size of the space between the free edge of the primary interatrial septum and the fusing atrioventricular cushions. This space is dubbed the primary interatrial foramen.
The sinus septum separates this valve in two parts that ﬂank the oriﬁces of the right and left sinus horns. Later on, these parts develop into the Eustachian and Thebesian valves that ﬂank 49 50 3. Development and Septation of the Atria and Venous Pole the oriﬁces of the inferior caval vein and the coronary sinus, respectively. , 1998b]. , 2000]. In their superior most aspect the right and left venous valves fuse to form the spurious septum, that ﬂanks the inlet of the future superior caval vein, will eventually be incorporated into the terminal crest, which separates the auricle from the rest of the right atrium.