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HEART, ANATOMY

Model of the superficial anatomy of the heart of an adult human body (anterior view). The heart contains four cavities: two atriums in its upper part, and two ventricles in its lower part. The atriums are covered anteriorly by the auricles (in grayish white), which increase their blood capacity. The ventricles (in light orange) have superficial grooves (the sulci, in amber yellow), that contains fat and the coronary circulation, feeding the heart muscle. At the boundary between the right atrium and ventricle, the coronary sulcus receives the anterior cardiac vein (in royal blue) and the right coronary artery (in red). In the anterior interventricular sulcus, which marks the boundary between both ventricles, lie the great cardiac vein (in royal blue) and the anterior interventricular branch of left coronary artery (in red). The superior vena cava (in royal blue, in the background) brings the deoxygenated blood to the heart, which propels it to the lungs via the pulmonary trunk (in royal blue, in the foreground). The oxygenated blood is next sent back from the heart to the whole body through the arch of aorta.

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BSIP

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2365 x 3630 pixels

Print Size @ 300 dpi
8 x 12 inches / 20 x 31 cm

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