Cardiac veins, Biology

Cardiac Veins

The anterior cardiac consisting of vessels covering the anterior right ventricle, I drain into the right atrium. The great cardiac vein drains the blood form left ventricle and inter ventricular septum into the cardiac sinus which in turn opens into the right atrium.

 

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