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- 1. 左心室の評価における経食道心エコー transesophageal echocardiography in the evaluation of the left ventricle
- 2. 急性心筋梗塞後の左室瘤および仮性左室瘤 left ventricular aneurysm and pseudoaneurysm following acute myocardial infarction
- 3. 左冠動脈主幹部病変のマネージメント management of left main coronary artery disease
- 4. 心筋症の心エコーによる認識 echocardiographic recognition of cardiomyopathies
- 5. 左脚前枝ブロック left anterior fascicular block
- The neuronal control of cardiac functions in Molluscs.
- Kodirov SA.AbstractIn this manuscript, I review the current and relevant classical studies on properties of the Mollusca heart and their central nervous system including ganglia, neurons, and nerves involved in cardiomodulation. Similar to mammalian brain hemispheres, these invertebrates possess symmetrical pairs of ganglia albeit visceral (only one) ganglion and the parietal ganglia (the right ganglion is bigger than the left one). Furthermore, there are two major regulatory drives into the compartments (pericard, auricle, and ventricle) and cardiomyocytes of the heart. These are the excitatory and inhibitory signals that originate from a few designated neurons and their putative neurotransmitters. Many of these neurons are well-identified, their specific locations within the corresponding ganglion are mapped, and some are termed as either heart excitatory (HE) or inhibitory (HI) cells. The remaining neurons are classified as cardio-regulatory, and their direct and indirect actions on the heart's function have been documented. The cardiovascular anatomy of frequently used experimental animals, Achatina, Aplysia, Helix, and Lymnaea is relatively simple. However, as in humans, it possesses all major components including even trabeculae and atrio-ventricular valves. Since the myocardial cells are enzymatically dispersible, multiple voltage dependent cationic currents in isolated cardiomyocytes are described. The latter include at least the A-type K(+), delayed rectifier K(+), TTX-sensitive Na(+), and L-type Ca(2+) channels.
- Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology.Comp Biochem Physiol A Mol Integr Physiol.2011 Oct;160(2):102-16. Epub 2011 Jun 25.
- In this manuscript, I review the current and relevant classical studies on properties of the Mollusca heart and their central nervous system including ganglia, neurons, and nerves involved in cardiomodulation. Similar to mammalian brain hemispheres, these invertebrates possess symmetrical pairs of g
- PMID 21736949
- Limitations and Problems of Assessment of Mechanical Dyssynchrony in Determining Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy Indication : Is Assessment of Mechanical Dyssynchrony Necessary in Determining CRT Indication? (Con)
- ISHIKAWA Toshiyuki
- Circulation journal : official journal of the Japanese Circulation Society 75(2), 465-471, 2011-01-25
- … Contraction delay of the lateral left ventricular free wall can be improved by biventricular pacing. … Cardiac resynchronization therapy (CRT) is based on the principle of resynchronizing un-uniformed contraction of the ventricle. …
- NAID 10027427528
- The left ventricle is one of four chambers (two atria and two ventricles) in the human heart. It receives oxygenated blood from the left atrium via the mitral valve, and pumps it into the aorta via the aortic valve. ...
|リンク元||「左心室」「heart ventricle」「cardiac ventricle」「left ventricular」|
|拡張検索||「posterior vein of the left ventricle」「long-axis view of left ventricle」|
- left ventricle、LV
- vena posterior ventriculi sinistri
- left wing
- cardiac ventricle、cerebral ventricle、cerebroventricle、cerebroventricular、heart ventricle、ventricular、ventriculi、ventriculus