Purkinje Fibers 3D

  • Description                                                                                   
    • * Purkinje fibers form a subendocardial plexus.
    • * They are large pale fibers striated only at their margins.
    • *Usually possess double nuclei. These generate impulses at the rate of 20–35 beats/minute.

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  • Description                                                                                   
    • * Purkinje fibers form a subendocardial plexus.
    • * They are large pale fibers striated only at their margins.
    • *Usually possess double nuclei. These generate impulses at the rate of 20–35 beats/minute.

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