Blood Flow Through the Heart: I had such a hard time remembering the sections and the flow. Who knows why?! Lol BUT I made this study sheet that has made it so much easier to follow and remember!
Chapter 1: Neuro-Ophthalmic Anatomy
Figure 1-1 Bony anatomy of the skull base. A, General view of the skull base. The cavernous sinuses are located on each side of the sella turcica. Several important openings within the skull base a…
I bumped into a top heart surgeon at my son's rugby match - and it saved my life
After experiencing chest pain, BBC Radio 4's Justin Webb's hospital check showed nothing was wrong. But he was told to go back. Today he is happy that he did.
Cardiovascular Physiology — Coronary Circulation & Ischemic Heart Disease
Lecture notes describing blood vessel physiology.
THE CORONARY CIRCULATION
CORONARY ARTERIES: LEFT CORONARY ARTERY ANATOMY: The LMCA arises from the upper portion of the left sinus,just below the sinotubular ridge of the aorta. The diameter of the LMCA ranges from 3-6mm. The LMCA passes behind the right ventricular outflow tract and may extend for 0-10mm. It usually then bifurcates into LAD and LCx branches LEFT ANTERIOR DESCENDING ARTERY(LAD): The LAD passes down the anterior interventricular groove towards the cardiac apex. Its major branches are Septal and…
Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI): Angioplasty, Stents & Complications
Information on coronary balloon angioplasty and stents. Angioplasty and stent placement is a nonsurgical procedure performed to relieve narrowing or obstruction of the arteries to the muscles of the heart.
Right ventricular hypertrophy (RVH): ECG criteria & clinical characteristics – ECG & ECHO
Learn about right ventricular hypertrophy (RCH) with emphasis on ECG, clinical characteristics, causes, management and differential diagnoses. Includes a complete e-book, video lectures, clinical management, guidelines and much more.