subendocardium

subendocardium

/sub·en·do·car·di·um/ (-kahr´de-um) subendocardial layer.
References in periodicals archive ?
A similar dose-related increase in subepicardial and subendocardial blood flow occurs within vascular beds supplied by significantly stenosed arteries, with most of the increase occurring within the subepicardium rather than the subendocardium.
This enhancement pattern is different from the enhancement pattern found in patients with ischemic heart disease which invariably involves the subendocardium and typically occurs in the territory of a coronary artery.
5 cm CVRL foetus two layers of myocardium (outer longitudinal and inner oblique) were observed along with blood vessels and nerves in the subendocardium.
4) Histologically, they are made up of polygonal multipotential mesenchymal cells which are found in the subendocardium.
Nonischemic cardiomyopathies have a scar pattern that does not conform to a coronary artery territory and may spare the subendocardium (Figure 17).
High-energy phosphate contents of subepicardium and subendocardium in the rat treated with isoproterenol and some other drugs.
Lesions are most common in the ventricular trabeculae and subendocardium, especially in the angle of the left ventricular free wall and interventricular septum.
Tachycardia will increase the oxygen demand and shorten diastole, thus decreasing blood flow to the left ventricular subendocardium.
Enhancement fades with equalization of inversion time between subendocardium and epicardium at approximately 8 minutes.
Patterns of delayed hyperenhancement involved only the subendocardium (Fig.