Anterior interventricular sulcus
ANTERIOR INTERVENTRICULAR SULCUS - definition
It is a furrow on the anteriosuperior cardiac surface. It indicates where the septum is located between the ventricles, left and right. Like the other groove Posterior interventricular sulcus, it clearly demarcates the two cardiac ventricles.
It is known by several other names, such as:
1. Crena cordis1
2. Anterior interventricular groove
3. Sillon interventriculaire antérieur
4. Sulcus interventricularis anterior
ANTERIOR INTERVENTRICULAR SULCUS - location
This cardiovascular structure is located on the sternocostal surface of the outer cardiac section of the heart. It can be found along the line that is the meeting point for the right ventricle and the right atrium.
ANTERIOR INTERVENTRICULAR SULCUS - function
It is constituted of a branch of the left coronary artery that renders blood to the left cardiac region.
ANTERIOR INTERVENTRICULAR SULCUS - images
The pictures underneath would give you an exact idea of the appearance of this structure.
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