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The left coronary artery, which is larger than the right, arises from the left posterior aortic sinus. Passing first behind and then to the left of the pulmonary trunk, it reaches the left part of the atrioventricular groove, in which it runs laterally round the left border of the heart as the circumflex artery to reach the posterior interventricular groove. 5 cm) from its origin, is the anterior interventricular artery, which supplies the anterior aspect of both ventricles and passes around the apex of the heart to anastomose with the posterior interventricular branch of the right coronary artery.
25 cm) from the lateral border of the sternum. The intercostal vessels lie immediately below their corresponding ribs (the vein above the artery) so that it is safe to pass a needle immediately above a rib, but dangerous to pass it immediately below (see Fig. 8). The thoracic cage The thoracic cage is formed by the vertebral column behind, the ribs and intercostal spaces on either side and the sternum and costal cartilages in front. Above, it communicates through the ‘thoracic inlet’ with the root of the neck; below, it is separated from the abdominal cavity by the diaphragm (Fig.
24a). Rather similarly, the adult left atrium has a double origin. The original single pulmonary venous trunk entering the left atrium becomes absorbed into it, and donates the smooth-walled part of this chamber with the pulmonary veins entering as four separate openings; the trabeculated part of the definitive left atrium is the remains of the original atrial wall. This forms the auricle or the auricular appendage of the left atrium (Fig. 24a). The development of the aortic arches and their derivatives (Fig.
Autologous Fat Transfer: Art, Science, and Clinical Practice