The coronary sinus is a collection of smaller veins that merge together to form the sinus (or large vessel), which is located along the hearts posterior surface between the left ventricle and left atrium. The circumference of the vein is larger than average and is big enough to allow blood to be deposited by most veins that enter the heart.
The coronary sinus has become a clinically important structure especially through its role in providing access for different cardiac procedures. The coronary sinus serves as the primary collector of cardiac venous blood.
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