Anatomía normal del corazón

El corazón está constituido por dos aurículas que reciben sangre y dos ventrículos que son las verdaderas bombas del corazón. El ventrículo izquierdo bombea sangre a la aorta, la cual envía sangre oxigenada a todo el resto del cuerpo.

Anatomía normal del corazón
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