Posterior interventricular sulcus

The posterior interventricular sulcus or posterior longitudinal sulcus is one of the two grooves that separates the ventricles of the heart and is on the diaphragmatic surface of the heart near the right margin. The other groove is the anterior interventricular sulcus, situated on the sternocostal surface of the heart, close to its left margin.

Posterior interventricular sulcus
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Base and diaphragmatic surface of heart. (Posterior interventricular sulcus visible at lower left, where the middle cardiac vein is labeled.)
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Identifiers
LatinSulcus interventricularis posterior
TA98A12.1.00.010
TA23944
FMA7178
Anatomical terminology

In it runs the posterior interventricular artery and middle cardiac vein.

ReferencesEdit

This article incorporates text in the public domain from page 527 of the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918)

External linksEdit

  • thoraxlesson4 at The Anatomy Lesson by Wesley Norman (Georgetown University)