### Draw block diagram of pulmonary and systemic blood flow

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Draw and label a block diagram of pulmonary and systemic blood flow that includes the chambers of the heart, valves, major veins and arteries that enter and leave the heart, the lungs, and the capillary bed of the body. Use arrows to indicate the direction of flow through each component.

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