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By Paul A. Iaizzo

This booklet covers the most recent details at the anatomic positive aspects, underlying physiologic mechanisms, and coverings for illnesses of the center. Key chapters handle animal types for cardiac learn, cardiac mapping platforms, heart-valve affliction and genomics-based instruments and know-how. once more, a better half of supplementary movies provide specific insights into the operating middle that increase the certainty of key issues in the textual content. complete and state-of-the artwork, the guide of Cardiac Anatomy, body structure and units, 3rd version presents clinicians and biomedical engineers alike with the authoritative details and historical past they should paintings on and enforce tomorrow’s new release of life-saving cardiac devices.

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In ribs 1–10, the head is connected to the shaft by a narrowing called the neck. At the junction of the head and the neck is a tubercle that has an articular surface for articulation with the costal facet of the transverse process. Ribs 11 and 12 do not articulate with the transverse process of their respective vertebra and do not have a tubercle or, therefore, a defined neck portion. The sternum is the flat bone making up the median anterior part of the thoracic cage (Fig. 2). It is composed of three parts—the manubrium, body, and xiphoid process.

2 Cross-sectional view of human heart tube fusion. (A) Day 20, cephalocaudal and lateral folding brings bilateral endocardial tubes into the ventral midline of the embryo. (B) Day 21, start of heart tube fusion. (C) Day 22, complete fusion, resulting in the beating primitive heart tube. Color code of the embryonic primary germ layer origin: blue/ purple = ectoderm; red = mesoderm; orange = endoderm; yellow = second heart field. FHF first heart field, SHF second heart field cavity [18, 30]. During the fusion of the endocardial tubes, the myocardium secretes an extracellular (acellular) matrix (enriched in chondroitin sulfate, versican, heparan sulfate, hyaluronic acid, hyaluronan, and proteoglycans), forming the cardiac jelly layer separating the myocardium and endocardium [31].

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