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Fifth ventricle

Fifth ventricle --> cavity of septum pellucidum

a slitlike, fluid-filled space of variable width between the left and right transparent septum, which occurs in less than 10% of human brains and may communicate with the third ventricle.

Synonym: cavum septi pellucidi, duncans ventricle, fifth ventricle, pseudocele, pseudoventricle, sylvian ventricle, ventricle of sylvius, ventriculus quintus, vieussens ventricle, wenzels ventricle.


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... over 360 heart beats in 7 minutes with each beat divided into 24 intervals for analysis. The end diastolic radioactivity detected from the left ventricle was 6400 counts and the end systolic was 3600 counts. Upon calibration the heart was found to eject an average of 50mls per beat. During the ...

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... cardiac output. ) shunts unoxygenated blood directly from the right to the left side of the circulation. causes regurgitation between atrium and ventricle. reduces the oxygen carrying capacity of the blood. is a symptom, not a cause. is not associated with left sided heart failure. is associated ...

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Can Systolic BP ever be less than Diastolic?

... pressure is the pressure measured during ventricular contraction pushing blood out into the system. Diastolic pressure is the pressure when the ventricle is not pushing. Now, if you have a region of the arm where you are measuring the pressure the diastolic you could have localized diastolic ...

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How does blood is circulated in amphibians?

The frog circulatory system consist of two atria and one single ventricle. It is the only organ within the coelom which has its own protective covering. The single ventricle is not divided into two compartments like a humans heart, but it is separated enough ...

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