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Blood Vessels
...  For the human body, these hollow containers are the blood vessels. They transport blood to all parts of the human body. That being said, it is safe to claim that they are the basic components of the Circulatory system. This is considered to be the most fundamental system as it enables nutrients, gases and hormones to pass to and from cells to aid body resistance against diseases and gain stable  ...

Hepatic Portal System
...  hepatic portal system is an essential part of the human Circulatory system. Understanding how it works can also help you in improving your understanding of human anatomy in general. The hepatic portal system consists of numerous veins and tributaries, including the hepatic portal vein. While the hepatic portal system is also often referred to as the portal venous system, it is important to  ...

Abdominal Aorta
...  important artery that can be found in this part of the human anatomy. It is directly connected to the descending aorta and is considered as part of the aorta. This is a key component of the human Circulatory system, and observing how it works can lead to a deeper understanding of how the blood circulates throughout the body. Finding where the abdominal aorta is located relative to the other  ...

Fetal Circulation
...  these differences. What are the reasons for the differences in fetal circulation and adult circulation? Fetal circulation differs from humans who are already born because of the difference in the Circulatory system. Fetuses do not use their lungs, but rely instead on obtaining oxygen and nutrients from the mother through the placenta and umbilical cord. The fetus’ heart, and not the  ...

Ventricles Of The Brain
...  three foramina assisting in the process namely: the medial opening, the median aperture and the lateral apertures. After the process, the cerebrospinal fluid becomes waste and travels back to the Circulatory system passing through the arachnoid villi.  ...

Routes Of Circulation
...  It is the pulmonary capillaries that is responsible for the waste gas exchange. The blood which is oxygenated will then be transported back to the heart through the pulmonary veins. The body’s Circulatory system, which are not involved in the routes of pulmonary circulation shall be under the systemic routes. These are the left ventricle, the aortic valve, the right atrium, the aortic  ...


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