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Goes from Pulmonary Trunk to Lungs to Pick Up Oxygen, Then Travels Back to Heart Via the Pulmonary Veins.
Description of path of pulmonary circuit.
Goes from Aorta to Every Part of Body to Pick Up CO2, Then Travels Back to Heart Via the Superior and Inferior Vena Cava.
Description of path of systemic circuit.
This outermost heart wall layer is made of simple squamous cells, and most of the coronary vessels travel through this layer.
The Left and Right AV valves, The Pulmonary Valve, and The Aortic Valve.
The four valves of the heart.
Pulmonary and Aortic Valves
Also known as semilunar valves, these valves regulate the flow of blood from the ventricles to the arteries.
1. Blood Enters Right Atrium; 2. Blood Flows from Right Atrium to Right Ventricle; 3. Pulmonary Valve Opens from Contraction; 4. Blood Goes Into Pulmonary Trunk; 5. Blood Travels to Lungs; 6. Blood Returns to Heart Via the Pulmonary Veins Into Left Atrium; 7. Blood Flows from Left Atrium to Left Ventricle; 8. Aortic Value Opens from Contraction; 9. Blood Travels Into Aorta; 10. Blood is Distributed to Body; 11. Blood Returns to Heart Via Venae Cavae
Pathway of blood through heart.
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