OpenStax AnatPhys fig.19.13 - Four Valves view during Diastole - English labels

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Four Valves view during Diastole (a) A transverse section through the heart llustrates the four heart valves. The two atrioventricular valves are open; the two semilunar valves are closed. The atria and vessels have been removed. (b) A frontal section through the heart illustrates blood flow through the mitral valve. When the mitral valve is open, it allows blood to move from the left atrium to the left ventricle. The aortic semilunar valve is closed to prevent backflow of blood from the aorta to the left ventricle. English labels. From OpenStax book 'Anatomy and Physiology', fig. 19.13.
Anatomical structures in item:
Cor
Valva tricuspidalis
Valva aortae
Valva mitralis
Valva trunci pulmonalis
Chordae tendineae cordis
Musculi papillares cordis
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OpenStax AnatPhys fig.19.13 - Four Valves view during Diastole - English labels
Uploaded by: Jorn IJkhout
Institution: Netherlands, Leiden – Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden University
Creator(s)/credit: OpenStax
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Four Valves view during Diastole (a) A transverse section through the heart llustrates the four heart valves. The two atrioventricular valves are open; the two semilunar valves are closed. The atria and vessels have been removed. (b) A frontal section through the heart illustrates blood flow through the mitral valve. When the mitral valve is open, it allows blood to move from the left atrium to the left ventricle. The aortic semilunar valve is closed to prevent backflow of blood from the aorta to the left ventricle. English labels. From OpenStax book 'Anatomy and Physiology', fig. 19.13.
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Anatomical structures in item
Cor
Valva tricuspidalis
Valva aortae
Valva mitralis
Valva trunci pulmonalis
Chordae tendineae cordis
Musculi papillares cordis
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