conducting system of heart

(redirected from complexus stimulans cordis)

con·duct·ing sys·tem of heart

[TA]
the system of atypical modified muscle fibers comprising the sinuatrial node, atrioventricular node and bundle, the right and left bundles, and their terminal subendocardial branches (the Purkinje network).

con·duct·ing sys·tem of heart

(kŏn-dŭkt'ing sis'tĕm hahrt) [TA]
The system of atypical cardiac muscle fibers comprising the sinuatrial node, internodal tracts, atrioventricular node and bundle, the bundle branches, and their terminal ramifications into the Purkinje network; sometimes also called cardionector.
Synonym(s): complexus stimulans cordis [TA] .
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