posterior interventricular sulcus


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posterior interventricular sulcus

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a groove on the diaphragmatic surface of the heart, marking the location of the interventricular septum.
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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.
Although the term is misleading as the LCA supplies a greater volume of heart tissue, yet the most acceptable definition of 'dominance' is designated as the coronary artery which extends in the posterior interventricular sulcus.

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