Visible Human, Coronal Section/Anterior Thorax

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The right ventricle pumps venous/deoxygenated blood to the lungs. The right ventricle is more anteriorly placed. It thus occupies more space in this section than the adjacent left ventricle.

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lung | left ventricle | right ventricle | diaphragm | stomach | liver | pectoralis major |
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Module Name: a_vmY1649
Module Title: Visible Human, Coronal Section/Anterior Thorax
Image Info: Computer generated from gross transverse sections.
Created by: Lynn Bry
Contact Email:bryl@medicine.wustl.edu
Last modified: Feb 7th, 1997

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