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|Latin term or phrase: chordae tendinease|
EN = chordae tendinae cordis
FR = cordages tendineux
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Le Latin name is used in English
Detail of the left-sided valves is shown in Figures 3-4. In diastole (Figure 3) the inflow (mitral) valve is open and the outflow (aortic) valve is closed. In systole (Figure 4), the state of the valves reverses, so that the inflow (mitral) valve is closed but the outflow (aortic) valve is open. The mitral valve is supported by chordae tendinease that insert into two papillary muscles, each of which is an outgrowth of the left ventricular wall. The aortic valve, by contrast, is self supporting. The mathematical model that we use to define the fiber architecture of the aortic valve is described in .
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