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Normal Anatomy of the Circulatory System
Normal Anatomy of the Circulatory System

This stock medical exhibit depicts the normal anatomy of the circulatory system. The first graphic illustrates cardiac output(blood carrying oxygen) from the heart and venous return(carbon dioxide) to the lungs. A cross-sectional view of the heart and lungs are included. An enlargement of an alveoli shows how oxygen and carbon dioxide are exchanged via blood vessels. A schematic view of a capillary is included showing this exchange at the molecular level.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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