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Interventricular sulcus

Other Terms: Interventricular groove

Description

The posterior interventricular sulcus is one of two grooves that separate the two ventricles of the heart from each other. It is located on the diaphragmatic surface. It lodges branches of the coronary vessels: the middle cardiac vein and the posterior interventricular artery.

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