Pericardial Sinuses 3D

  • Transverse Sinus:
    • * The transverse sinus is a horizontal gap between the arterial and venous ends of the heart tube.
    • * It lies posterior to the ascending aorta and pulmonary trunk, anterior to the SVC, and superior to the left atrium and the pulmonary veins.                                                                                                                                    
  • Oblique Sinus:
    • * The oblique sinus is a narrow gap behind the heart.
    • * Surrounded by the reflection of the serous pericardium around the right and left pulmonary veins and the inferior vena cava.

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  • Transverse Sinus:
    • * The transverse sinus is a horizontal gap between the arterial and venous ends of the heart tube.
    • * It lies posterior to the ascending aorta and pulmonary trunk, anterior to the SVC, and superior to the left atrium and the pulmonary veins.                                                                                                                                    
  • Oblique Sinus:
    • * The oblique sinus is a narrow gap behind the heart.
    • * Surrounded by the reflection of the serous pericardium around the right and left pulmonary veins and the inferior vena cava.

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