Coronary sulcus

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Coronary sulcus
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Sternocostal surface of heart. (Right coronary artery, which runs down coronary sulcus, is visible at left.)
Latin sulcus coronarius
Gray's subject #138 526
Dorlands/Elsevier s_12/12738662

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Overview

The atria of the heart are separated from the ventricles by the coronary sulcus (coronary groove, auriculoventricular groove, atrioventricular groove); this contains the trunks of the nutrient vessels of the heart, and is deficient in front, where it is crossed by the root of the pulmonary artery.

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