Some areas of The Right Atrium of the Heart are structured in development and can be interpreted with the following:
Crista Terminalis- with use of current sound wave technology it can be mistaken for a tumor or thrombus.
Eustachian Valve- can be seen as a thrombus, intracardiac.
Thebesian Valve, Chiari Network- can be confused with each other or can be seen as a fibirinous thrombus.
Coronary Sinus, Persistent Left Superior Vena Cava- this can be seen as a cyst or cavity in the heart.
Trabeculations, Pectinate Muscles, Right Atrial and Left Atrial Appendage- can be seen as thrombus.
Ligament of Marshall- is sometimes also seen as a thrombus and as a result anticoagulant treatment is given to patients.
An area of The Right Ventricle of the Heart is structured in development and can be interpreted with the following:
Moderator Band- can be seen as a tumor or thrombus.
An area of the Left Ventricle of the Heart is structured in development an can be interpreted with the following:
False Tendons- these are not moderator bands since left ventricles do not have them.
Yes, cardiology is difficult and in providing a hand there needs to be more than two of them. Ok, you guessed it I don't like cardiology either. Strange how things just make me miserable and unhappy. One day video waves will be the in-thing and technology just needs to get there.