Name the holded structure of heart in the given picture?

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Chordae tendineae. It is a group of tough, tendinous strands in the heart. Also commonly referred to as the “heart strings” since they resemble small pieces of string. Functionally, the chordae tendineae play a vital role in holding the atrioventricular valves in place while the heart is pumping blood.
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Chordae Tendinae These structures hold the valves to the heart wall and when they're ruptured, they result in valve prolapse
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Chordae tendinae attached to the cusps of valve at one end and papillary muscle at other
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It's Chordae tendineae
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Chordae tendineae
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Chordae tendineae
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Chordae tendineae
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Chordae tendineae
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Chordae tendinae
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Chordae tendinae
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