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QUIZ: Can you name the Structures of the Internal Heart?

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The internal ridges of both ventricles.
Muscles on the floor of the heart.
These connect the previously mentioned muscles and the valves.
Blood flows through this from the left atrium to the left ventricle.
This controls the opening from the right ventricle to the pulmonary trunk.
Blood flows through this from the right atrium to the right ventricle.
This separates the two ventricles internally.
Remnant of fetal shunt.
Hole where O2 poor blood enters heart from inferior vena cava.
Hole where blood flows from pulmonary veins into atria.
Hole that lies in the pockets formed by the aortic valve cusps.
Hole where O2 poor blood enters heart from superior vena cava.

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