endocardium

NOUN
  1. the membrane that lines the cavities of the heart and forms part of the heart valves
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How To Use endocardium In A Sentence

  • Objective To testify the shape change adaptability of a new automatic echocardial endocardium detector called star algorithm.
  • These modified cardiac fibers lie beneath the endocardium.
  • Since the advent of antibiotics, however, most infections associated with cerebral abscesses are localized to the lungs and endocardium.
  • It is covered by the visceral layer of the serous pericardium (epicardium), and lined by the endocardium. V. Angiology. 4b. The Heart
  • It has been known that muscle fibers in a heart are arranged in such a way that their orientation changes continuously from endocardium to epicardium of the free wall.
  • The usual pattern of involvement is focal or diffuse plaques of thickened valvular or mural endocardium.
  • Affected regions are characterized by a lacelike pattern of adipose infiltration, progressing from epicardium toward the endocardium, and by interposed streams of normal or slightly atrophie myocytes.
  • The immune system usually kills these organisms, but sometimes they survive and affect the heart valve or another section of the endocardium.
  • In this case, the diffraction became very weak when the beam moved from the endocardial surface into the left ventricle cavity, making it easier to identify the position of the endocardium.
  • Reference to the pericardium, epicardium, myocardium, endocardium and valves, chordae, ventricular thicknesses, and aorta and major vessels may be included.
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