inner layer; epithelial and connective tissues that lines heart cavity and valves.
superior vena cava
returns blood from head, neck, shoulders, arms; carries deoxygenated blood back to heart.
inferior vena cava
collects blood from lower body; carries deoxygenated blood back to heart.
carries oxygenated blood from heart; originates from left ventricle; branches to carry blood to all parts of body; carries oxygenated blood.
originates in right ventricle.
left and right pulmonary artery
carries deoxygenated blood to lungs; out of back of heart (blue)
left and right pulmonary veins
carries oxygenated blood back to left atrium; 2 from each lung (red)
on surface of heart; separates right atrium from right ventricle; coronary artery and vein lie in:
groove- separates right and left ventricles.
tip end of the heart
there are two of them the right atrium and left atrium; receiving chambers; auricles- mushroom cap that can expand to provide extra spaces; on surface; right auricle and left auricle. Superior and inferior vena cava empty into right atrium; pulmonary veins empty into left atrium.
there are two right ventricle and left ventricle; pumping chambers; largest part of heart.