right auricle

right auricle

[TA]
the small conic projection from the right atrium of the heart.

right au·ri·cle

(rīt awr'i-kĕl) [TA]
The small conic projection from the right atrium of the heart.
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The ventricular electrodes were implanted in the right ventricular septa or right ventricular apex and the atrial electrodes were implanted in the right auricle for dual-chamber pacemakers (DDD).
His neuromotor development was normal and hypertelorism, downslanting palpebral fissures, hypoplasia of right auricle, hypoplasia of the maxillary bones and narrow forehead were observed on his physical examination.
The application points were established using the recommendations of the instrument's manufacturer Accordingly, 19 points on the right auricle, 18 on the left auricle, and 3 at the tip of the nose were stimulated in turn.
Leukemic infiltration was present in the right auricle along with both conjunctivas.
37) In 1909 Charles H Peck of New York reported the successful suture of an injury to the right auricle in a 24-year-old girl.
In the present work, the results of input resistance measurement in the rabbit's right auricle endocardium by means of a double-barreled microelectrode, under normal conditions and under heptanol-induced blockade, are presented.
This report describes a case of cardiac right auricle rupture (RAR) in a flock of 11 500 broilers that were 14 days old.
Clinical examination revealed edema and redness in the right mastoid area and protrusion of the right auricle.
26) One hand clenched and the right auricle of the heart contracted.
The sinoauricular node (NSA) of moose was found in the myocardium of the right auricle in the initial part of the bordering groove, which is located between the right external wall of the superior vena cava at the level of its orifice and the base of the left ridge of the right auricle.
The construct of civic development was the right auricle of the heart of HBCUs, joined by the left auricle of teaching and learning, and the left ventricle of creating new knowledge, all of which combined to make up the core of American higher education: teaching, research, and public service.