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Morphological aspects of the pulmonary veins

Morphological aspects of the pulmonary veins ARS Medica Tomitana - 2014; 1(76): 50 - 56 10.2478/arsm-2014-0010 Ispas S., Dina C., Bulbuc I., Iliescu D.M., Bordei P. Discipline of anatomy, Department I – preclinical disciplines, Faculty of medicine, University “Ovidius” Constanţa ABSTRACT were two posterior right pulmonary veins (superior Our study was performed on 21 cases, of which 12 were and inferior), in the second case were anterior right plastic casts and 9 were CT reconstruction. We found that, pulmonary veins (superior and inferior) and in a third most frequently (68.75% of the cases), the pulmonary case were three veins, superior, middle and inferior. veins were formed by two roots, one superior and one inferior. In 28.13% of cases, the pulmonary veins were formed from three roots (superior, middle and inferior) Keywords: pulmonary veins, peculiar morphology and in only one case the superior right pulmonary vein had five roots. The venous roots confluence to form the corresponding trunk was at a distance of between 0.5-2 cm. The termination of the superior pulmonary veins was on the upper part of the anterior atrial wall, Introduction most commonly in its lateral side. The distance between the right pulmonary veins was between 0.4-3 cm. The inferior pulmonary veins ended http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ARS Medica Tomitana de Gruyter

Morphological aspects of the pulmonary veins

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Abstract

ARS Medica Tomitana - 2014; 1(76): 50 - 56 10.2478/arsm-2014-0010 Ispas S., Dina C., Bulbuc I., Iliescu D.M., Bordei P. Discipline of anatomy, Department I – preclinical disciplines, Faculty of medicine, University “Ovidius” Constanţa ABSTRACT were two posterior right pulmonary veins (superior Our study was performed on 21 cases, of which 12 were and inferior), in the second case were anterior right plastic casts and 9 were CT reconstruction. We found that, pulmonary veins (superior and inferior) and in a third most frequently (68.75% of the cases), the pulmonary case were three veins, superior, middle and inferior. veins were formed by two roots, one superior and one inferior. In 28.13% of cases, the pulmonary veins were formed from three roots (superior, middle and inferior) Keywords: pulmonary veins, peculiar morphology and in only one case the superior right pulmonary vein had five roots. The venous roots confluence to form the corresponding trunk was at a distance of between 0.5-2 cm. The termination of the superior pulmonary veins was on the upper part of the anterior atrial wall, Introduction most commonly in its lateral side. The distance between the right pulmonary veins was between 0.4-3 cm. The inferior pulmonary veins ended

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ARS Medica Tomitanade Gruyter

Published: Feb 1, 2014

Keywords: Medicine; Clinical Medicine; Clinical Medicine, other

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