By S. Yen Ho, Sabine Ernst
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This hugely visible guide integrates cardiac anatomy and the cutting-edge imaging options utilized in trendy catheter or electrophysiology laboratory, guiding readers to a finished realizing of either common cardiac anatomy and the buildings linked to complicated center disease.
good geared up, simply navigable, and fantastically illustrated in a panorama layout, this targeted textual content invitations the reader on a visible intracardiac trip through beautiful photos and schematic illustrations, together with such imaging modalities as computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, ultrasound, radiography, and 3D mapping. every one bankruptcy the electrophysiology standpoint with certain descriptions of the anatomic gains proper to a wide selection of arrhythmias, including:
- Supraventricular tachycardias
- Atrial fibrillation
- Ventricular arrhythmias
With an summary of common cardiac anatomy, congenital malformations, ordinary catheter positioning, and strength pitfalls, Anatomy for Cardiac Electrophysiologists presents a superior origin and speedy reference for trainees as they organize for the realities of the catheter laboratory in addition to an exceptional refresher for skilled operators.
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5). 45 6/21/12 1:04 PM OVERVIEW OF ANATOMY AND IMAGING Image Integration on the Fluoroscopy System Image merge information can be displayed onto the fluoroscopic imaging systems or on fluoroscopic reference images to simulate a biplane fluoroscopy image. 6). 6 F IG U r Superimposition of a 3D electroanatomical map (using CARTO RMT) of the right atrium (RA) and left atrium (LA) on fluoroscopic reference images [left panel: right anterior oblique (RAO); right panel: left anterior oblique (LAO)] using NAVIGANT software (Stereotaxis).
The ganglia in each subplexus are interconnected by thin nerves, and the ganglia of adjacent subplexuses are also interconnected, forming the meshwork of epicardiac neural plexus. Further nerves that penetrate the myocardium become thinner and thinner and are without ganglia. Transmurally, there are more nerves on the epicardial half than the endocardial half. 16 F IG U r Five atrial fat pads are recognized as containing ganglionated plexi, and the location of each is described in two alternative terms.
14). In approximately one-fourth, it passes over the neck or roof of the left atrial appendage with implications for ablations of focal atrial tachycardia within the appendage. Running this course, it continues posterolaterally and inferiorly over the left ventricle and may also be vulnerable when ablating left posterolateral accessory pathways. Less commonly, the left phrenic nerve takes a more anterior course over the left ventricle. 14). 5 F IG U r (a) This cross section through a cadaver shows the relationship between the esophagus (Eso) and the left atrium (LA).