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Originate in ventricular wall; attached to anterior and posterior mitral valve cusps via chordae tendineae.

Prevents prolapse of anterior and posterior cusps of mitral valve during systole.

Importance in cardiovascular diseases:
Mitral valve insufficiency due to dysfunction or rupture of papillary muscle (coronary artery disease with papillary muscle ischemia and/or infarction).

Se originan en la pared ventricular; se unen a la valvas anterior y posterior de la válvula mitral a través de cuerdas tendinosas.

Evita el prolapso de las valvas anterior y posterior de la válvula mitral durante la sístole.

Importancia en las enfermedades cardiovasculares:
Insuficiencia de la válvula mitral por disfunción o rotura del músculo papilar (enfermedad coronaria que causa isquemia o infarto del músculo papilar).




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