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Default Cardiac looping in FA2014 anyone explain?

I didn't understand concept behind this in FA2014 p 262
Cardiac looping
1ry heart tube loops to establish lt rt polarity
Defect in lt rt dynein (involved in L/R asymm)lead to dextrocardia
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kaplan has very good explanation on this very confusing topic. do check them out... specially seiden's discussion...
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kaplan has very good explanation on this very confusing topic. do check them out... specially seiden's discussion...
I didn't find it in kaplan
Under which subject pls?
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I didn't find it in kaplan
Under which subject pls?
Kaplan physiology cardiac section
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Kaplan physiology cardiac section
It is in embryo section in FA so I was looking in kap ana, embry book
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