Whale Tail

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Any structure that bears a structural verisimilitude to a whale’s tail
Cardiology The apex of the most distal branch of the left anterior descending (LAD) or the anterior interventricular branch of left coronary artery at the apex have been called a whale tail, moustache, or pitchfork. The LAD traverses the anterior interventricular sulcus, giving rise to septal and diagonal branches before bifurcating distally and tapering out as whale tails
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