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Southampton Reviews in Cardiothoracic Surgery Chapter Three: Cardiac Anatomy

Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Ismail A, Ohri S, Tsang G, et al.. Southampton Reviews in Cardiothoracic Surgery Chapter Three: Cardiac Anatomy. May 2019. doi:10.25373/ctsnet.8109329.

Abdelhadi Ismail of the Southampton University Hospitals Trust in the UK presents an educational series on cardiac anatomy in which he discusses some of the fundamental concepts.

The optimal way to memorize a topic is to first classify it, then understand it, then forget it. Once you forget and recall it, you will never forget it again. In this third chapter of the Southampton Reviews in Cardiothoracic Surgery, the authors again focus on the merits and rationale to make memorizing and recalling easier.

Cardiac Anatomy: Surface Anatomy, Pericardium, and Coronary System

Cardiac Anatomy: Fibrous Skeleton

Cardiac Anatomy: Mitral and Tricuspid Valves

Cardiac Anatomy: Aortic and Pulmonary Valves

Cardiac Anatomy: Aortic Root Anatomy

Cardiac Anatomy: CABG Conduits

Cardiac Anatomy: Cannulation Sites Anatomy


View all of the chapters of Southampton Reviews in Cardiothoracic Surgery here.

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