Issue 44

Issue 44

The Intelligent Heart

Expanded image references

FIGURE 1: The Ciba Collection Of Medical Illustrations: Volume 1; Nervous System. AMA Arch Intern Med. 1954
FIGURE 2: Zandstra, t. e. (2021). Asymmetry and Heterogeneity: Part and Parcel in Cardiac Autonomic Innervation and Function. Frontiers in Physiology, 12.
FIGURE 3: Coote, J. (2013). Myths and Realities of the Cardiac Vagus. J Physiol, 591(17), pp. 4073-4085.
FIGURE 4: Lumenlearning.com Anatomy and Physiology II. Cardiac Cycle
FIGURE 5: University of Minnesota. Atlas of Human Cardiac Anatomy. www.vhlab.emn.edu/atlas
FIGURE 6: Hadaya, J. A. (2020). Autonomic Modulation for Cardiovascular Disease. Frontiers in Physiology, 11.
FIGURE 7: Wikimedia commons: surface anatomy of the heart

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Autonomic Regulation of the of the Heart: an osteopathic perspective
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