Coronary Circulation – Heart (Cor) by Craig Canby, PhD

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The lecture Coronary Circulation – Heart (Cor) by Craig Canby, PhD is from the course Thoracic Viscera with Dr. Canby.

Included Quiz Questions

  1. Left and right
  2. Anterior and posterior
  3. Superficial and deep
  4. Medial and lateral
  5. Superior and inferior
  1. 2
  2. 1
  3. 4
  4. 6
  5. 8
  1. Right dominant pattern
  2. Left dominant pattern
  3. Ventricular dominant pattern
  4. Developmental defect
  5. Genetic disorder
  1. 5–10%
  2. 1–2%
  3. 30–40%
  4. 40–50%
  5. 80–90%
  1. Great cardiac vein
  2. Anterior cardiac veins
  3. Middle cardiac vein
  4. Small cardiac vein

Author of lecture Coronary Circulation – Heart (Cor)

 Craig Canby, PhD

Craig Canby, PhD

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Clear and conscise
By Soren A. on 17. April 2021 for Coronary Circulation – Heart (Cor)

Clear presentation AND good selection of figures to show both a. and v. circulation. It is an added plus that all figures have the names in latin and not English. In other of the anatomy videos (i.e. upper limb, brain) the names in English, whereas keeping it in latin is more international than English and makes us all think that we are treating a scientific topic with a long history. Keeping it in latin makes i more clear and less ambiguous than English. Keep names of anatomical structures in latin in you Lecturio lectures.

Thank you
By Hasmik N. on 30. April 2020 for Coronary Circulation – Heart (Cor)

I will recommend you lectures to all my friends who are doctors. Thank you for your invaluable help

Excellent lecture
By Rafael M. on 23. October 2019 for Coronary Circulation – Heart (Cor)

Excellent lecture. The teacher explains everythig suoer good and it is so easy to follow. I would recommend this lecture to any med student. Thank you Dr.Craig.

High yield and clear
By Victoria W. on 04. February 2019 for Coronary Circulation – Heart (Cor)

Fantastic. High yield with clear information. Very succinct and specific. Clearly laid out and organized.

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