Great artery that carries blood away from the left ventricle to all the systemic arteries of the circulatory system.
The third branch off of the aorta. There is only one. It gets its name because it serves the arm and head.
Large branches on both sides of the respiratory system.
Caudal vena cava
Transports all the blood caudal to the diaphragm back to the heart where it enters the right atrium.
Attached to the atrioventricular valves and the walls of the ventricles. They help anchor the cusps of the valves so that they do not prolapse into the artria.
Part of the systemic circulatory system. First two branches of the aorta. They serve the walls of the heart.
Drains into the coronary sinus, which in turns drains into the right atrium. They serve the walls of the heart