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Cardiovascular

Bloodflow of the heart

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All of the deoxygenated blood comes in from the bodies tissues and gets pumped into the RIGHT ATRIUM via the VENA CAVA(the biggest vein the body)
from the RIGHT ATRIUM the deoxygenated blood will flow throught the TRICUSPID VALVE into the RIGHT VENTRICLE
From the RIGHT VENTRICLE the deoxygenated blood will flow through the PULMONARY SEMILUNAR VALVE into one of the two PULMONARY ARTERIES(the only arteries that carry deoxygenated blood)
From the PULMONARY ARTERIES the deoxygenated blood goes into the LUNGS to get oxygenated and comes out of one of the four PULMONARY VEINS(the only veins that carry oxygenated blood)
From the PULMONARY VEINS the oxygenated blood will flow through the LEFT ATRIUM
From the LEFT ATRIUM the oxygenated blood will flow through the MITRAL(BICUSPID) VALVE into the LEFT VENTRICLE
From the LEFT VENTRICLE the oxygenated blood will flow through the AORTIC SEMILUNAR VALVE into the AORTA
From the AORTA(the biggest artery in the body) all of the oxygenated blood will be pumped throughout the entire body to repeat the process all over again
Created by: tony1023