left branch

left branch

[TA]
of a pair of branches, the branch passing to the left side of the body, to the left member of a bilateral pair of structures, or to the left portion of an unpaired structure; the other member of the pair being a right branch. Terminologia Anatomica lists left branches of 1) atrioventricular bundle (crus sinistrum fasciculus atrioventricularis [TA]); 2) hepatic artery (proper), (ramus sinister arteriae hepaticae proprii [TA]); 3) portal vein (ramus sinister venae portae hepatis [TA]).
Synonym(s): ramus sinister [TA]
References in periodicals archive ?
He looked into it, admitted the wrongdoing, amended some reports and paid a fine, then left Branch, who hoped to benefit from the revelations and admissions, in the dust.
That left branch managers with two options: If they were short on paper, for example, they could go to an office supply store and buy some for about five dollars, but they would not get reimbursed.
cedar on the door looks forlorn, its left branch peels off, drips to
My arrow lodged squarely in the left branch of that tree, trunk, and the buck trotted away.
Q: Will you please explain a left branch block and what it implies?
The right branch extended on the posterior surface of the right ventricle while the left branch either continued in the posterior interventricular sulcus or on the posterior surface of the left ventricle (Fig.
Anomalous origin of the pulmonary artery is a rare entity, usually associated with Fallot's tetralogy and the left branch is more commonly affected.
This frequency is determined by the user's (functional and design) requirements to be found in the left branch of the V-model.
During that experiment the left branch was cleaned by shotblast and right branch only by sonic generator of 24 Hz.
Where the path splits its left branch follows the brink of a steep slope.
The left branch courses as previously described, while the right branch terminates into the right subclavian vein with the right lymphatic duct.