Prefixes and suffixes in cardiology terminology - Coronary sinus function

 

 
 
Prefixes And Suffixes In Cardiology Terminology  

Cardiology is that branch of medicine which deals with the study of the heart and the treatment of heart diseases. It is a very complex branch of medicine which requires careful and complete knowledge of medical terms. Here, the cardiologist is required to have full knowledge of the various veins, arteries and other conditions related to the heart and so on. More

Symptoms Of Coronary Blocked Arteries

Symptoms Of Coronary Blocked Arteries

Coronary arteries are generally blocked because of the formation of plaques in its inner walls. This happens because of the deposits of fatty substances like cholesterol. There may be several reason why this happens, such as obesity, diabetes, a chronic habit of smoking as well as old age where the heart becomes weak, if not leading a healthy lifestyle. More...

 

Details On Acute Coronary Syndrome

Details On Acute Coronary Syndrome

Acute coronary syndrome or ACS is a name given for a set of conditions related to the heart. The diseases included under this are unstable angina and two forms of myocardial infarction. Unstable angina is that which is not related with heart muscle damage. It differs from stable angina in that stable angina occurs during exertion. Stable angina occurs suddenly, even with mild exertion. More...

 

Coronary Bypass Surgery Success Rate

Coronary Bypass Surgery Success Rate

A Coronary Bypass Surgery or a Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery is also called CABG or “cabbage”. It is the most common type of heart surgery performed today.  Research says that in the United States, each year not less than 260,000 people have had successful bypass surgeries performed on them.  How this name derives its origin is because it is done to “bypass” the flow of blood around the clogged arteries so that the heart is not affected. More...

 

Basic And Cardiology

Basic And Cardiology

Cardiology is the branch of medical science that deals with the study of functioning, disorders and treatment of the heart. Heart is the muscular pump that supplies blood to every component of the body which in turn provides oxygen to entire parts of the body. The heart is made of upper auricle which divides into right and left auricle and lower ventricle which in turn, divided into right ventricle and left ventricle.More...

 

Childrens And Cardiology

Childrens And Cardiology

It is a general thought that only the old aged or middle aged people are prone to get affected by the cardiovascular disease. But to the surprise, the statistics report gives an account of 9 out of 1,000 babies are born with a heart defect. Moreover, the 2.3 per 1000 live birth are in need of treatment for congenital heart disease. It is estimated that approximately one million people are born with cardiovascular disease.More...

 

What Is Cardiology ?

What Is Cardiology

The branch of medical science that deals with the study of cardiovascular disorders and its associated treatment is cardiology. It is basically the study of heart and its dysfunction. This course of study is often studied as a specialization after completing the under graduation in medicine.More...

 

 

 

    

Coronary-Sinus-Function      In the heart, a coronary sinus is an aggregation of veins that have been joined together to form a large blood vessel. It collects blood from the myocardium or the wall of the heart. It is present in the right atrium and is sheltered by the coronary valve. The coronary valve is a part of the lining membrane of the auricle, which is semicircular in shape. The coronary sinus has an opening called coronary sinus orifice. It is also known as the ostium of the coronary sinus. It is protected by the Thesbian valve. More..



 

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