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*  Endocardial fibroelastosis
This was thought to be a disease affecting both the heart muscle and the endocardium and it was given various names such as: ... EFE is characterized by a thickening of the innermost lining of the heart chambers (the endocardium) due to an increase in the ... In their pathology laboratory they noted that usually the endocardium was pearly white or opaque instead of normally thin and ... have made it no longer necessary to see the endocardium at autopsy. EFE can now be found non-invasively by the recording of ...
*  Endocardium
The endocardium also provides protection to the valves and heart chambers. The endocardium underlies the much more voluminous ... In infective endocarditis, the endocardium (especially the endocardium lining the heart valves) is affected by bacteria. Heart ... The endocardium is the innermost layer of tissue that lines the chambers of the heart. Its cells are embryologically and ... The endocardium, which is primarily made up of endothelial cells, controls myocardial function. This modulating role is ...
*  Telocyte
... s in endocardium: electron microscope evidence. Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, Vol. 14, No. 9, 2010, pp. ... Digitally coloured electron micrograph of mouse ventricular endocardium (burgundy). TC (blue) make an interstitial network in ...
*  Plasmodium knowlesi
The brain and endocardium showed multiple petechial haemorrhages. The lungs had features consistent with acute respiratory ...
*  Heart valve
The heart valves and the chambers are lined with endocardium. Heart valves separate the atria from the ventricles, or the ...
*  Cardiac muscle cell
Endocardium Epicardium Pericardium blood pump Wolfgang Kühnel (1 January 2003). Color atlas of cytology, histology, and ...
*  Heart
The endocardium, by secreting endothelins, may also play a role in regulating the contraction of the myocardium. The middle ... The innermost layer of the heart is called the endocardium. It is made up of a lining of simple squamous epithelium, and covers ... The wall of the heart is made up of three layers: epicardium, myocardium, and endocardium. The heart pumps blood with a rhythm ... In addition to these muscular ridges, a band of cardiac muscle, also covered by endocardium, known as the moderator band ...
*  Smallest cardiac veins
The openings of smallest cardiac veins are located in the endocardium. Here the smallest cardiac veins return blood into the ...
*  Charles Antzelevitch
... showing that cells in the epicardium and endocardium differ with respect to electrical properties and response to pharmacologic ... "Transient outward current prominent in canine ventricular epicardium but not endocardium". Circ. Res. 62: 116-26. doi:10.1161/ ...
*  Infective endocarditis
Damaged valves and endocardium contribute to the development of infective endocarditis. Specifically, the damaged part of a ... Damage to the valves and endocardium can be caused by: Altered, turbulent blood flow. The areas that fibrose, clot, or roughen ...
*  Endothelium
... of the interior surfaces of the heart chambers is called endocardium. Endothelium is mesodermal in origin. Both ...
*  Intrinsicoid deflection
The intrinsicoid deflection reflects the depolarization vector from the endocardium to the epicardium. In the presence of ...
*  Albert Thierfelder
"Pathologische Histologie des Herzens und der Blutgefasse (Myocardium, Endocardium Arterien, Venen und Capillaren)". 1881. [1] ...
*  Endocarditis
... is an inflammation of the inner layer of the heart, the endocardium. It usually involves the heart valves. Other ... not seem to have a preferred location of deposition and may form on the undersurfaces of the valves or even on the endocardium ... structures that may be involved include the interventricular septum, the chordae tendineae, the mural endocardium, or the ...
*  B46 (New York City bus)
"Utica-Reid Line Gets Single Fare: Endocardium Community Association Succeeds After 2-Year Effort". Brooklyn Daily Eagle. June ...
*  Common ostrich
The purkinje cells are mostly found within both the endocardium and the sub-endocardium. The sinoatrial node shows a small ... It is located in the endocardium of the atrial surface of the right atrioventricular valve. It is not covered by connective ...
*  Dopamine receptor
Such receptor subtypes have also been discovered in the epicardium, myocardium, and endocardium of the heart. In rats, D1-like ...
*  Robert H. Cox
... amplifies transmural dispersion of repolarization by preferentially increasing the late sodium current in endocardium." J ...
*  BMX (gene)
1997). "Bmx tyrosine kinase is specifically expressed in the endocardium and the endothelium of large arteries". Circulation. ...
*  Inferior vena cava
In the adult, this valve typically has totally regressed or remains as a small fold of endocardium. Rarely, the inferior vena ...
*  Masonic Medical Research Laboratory
In the 1980s research staff worked to clarify the differences between epicardium and endocardium, and found that the presence ... They found differences in the response of epicardium and endocardium to a variety of drugs and neurotransmitters. The MMRL ... of an action potential notch in epicardium, but not endocardium, is responsible for inscription of the electrocardiographic J ...
*  Electrophysiology study
This is done by injecting electric current into the conductive pathways and into the endocardium at various places. Last, the ...
*  Valve of inferior vena cava
Most commonly, it is a crescentic fold of endocardium arising from the anterior rim of the IVC orifice. The lateral horn of the ...
*  ST elevation
... a ventricle with subepicardial ischemia will exhibit cells with higher amplitude of depolarization in the cardiac endocardium. ...
*  Human Engineered Cardiac Tissues (hECTs)
Pucéat M (Apr 2013). "Embryological origin of the endocardium and derived valve progenitor cells: from developmental biology to ...