canal valve

canal valve

[kə′nal ‚valv]
(anatomy)
The semilunar valve in the right atrium of the heart between the orifice of the inferior vena cava and the right atrioventricular orifice. Also known as eustachian valve.
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stated that, after suturing the canal valve using the all-inside arthroscopic technique with anterolateral and posteromedial portals and treatment of the intra-articular conditions, Baker's cyst disappeared in 64% of cases after two-year follow-up.
Intervention of intra-articular disorders and expansion of canal diameter with excision of the canal valve by performing arthroscopy is a recently accepted method.