University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota
Make a Gift
Right Atrium
Right Ventricle
Pulmonary Trunk
Left Atrium
Left Ventricle
Coronary Arteries
Cardiac Veins
External Images
MRI Images
Comparative Imaging
3D Modeling
Anatomy Tutorial
Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Tutorial
Comparative Anatomy Tutorial
Conduction System Tutorial
Congenital Defects Tutorial
Coronary System Tutorial
Device Tutorial
Echocardiography Tutorial
Physiology Tutorial
Project Methodologies
Cardiovascular Devices and Techniques at U of Minnesota
References and Links
Atlas in the media
Surgery Department
Right Ventricle
Apex Inflow Tract Moderator Band Papillary Muscles RVOT Tricuspid Valve
Visible Heart (functional)
Perfusion Fixed (endoscope)
Anatomical Plates

The right ventricular inflow tract includes the sub-valvular apparatus of the tricuspid valve including the papillary muscles and base of the right ventricular chamber. This is where blood enters the right ventricle from the right atrium and allows for proper closure of the tricuspid valve upon ventricular contractions.

El tracto de entrada del ventrículo derecho está formada por el aparato subvalvular de la válvula tricúspide que incluye los músculos papilares y la base del ventrículo derecho. Aquí es donde la sangre ingresa al ventrículo derecho desde la aurícula derecha y permite el cierre adecuado de la válvula tricúspide durante las contracciones ventriculares.




Download movie: mp4

© 2021 Regents of the University of Minnesota. All rights reserved. The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer. Privacy Statement