fold of left vena cava

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fold of left ve·na ca·va

[TA]
a pericardial fold lying between the left oblique vein of the atrium and the left superior pulmonary vein containing the obliterated remains of the left superior vena cava.
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Marshall,

John, English anatomist, 1818-1891.
Marshall oblique vein - a small vein on the posterior wall of the left atrium that merges with the great cardiac vein to form the coronary sinus. Synonym(s): oblique vein of left atrium
Marshall syndrome - inflamed edematous papules.
Marshall vestigial fold - a pericardial fold containing the obliterated remains of the left superior vena cava. Synonym(s): fold of left vena cava
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