Describe the path blood follows through the systematic circulation loop?

In the systemic circulation, blood leave the left atrium, passes through the bicuspid valve, and enters the left ventricle. From there it is pumped to the aorta and to progressively smaller arteries. Materials diffuse at the capillaries, and blood returns to the heart via progressively larger veins to the vena cava. When the vena cava carries blood to the right atrium, the blood is entering the pulmonary circulation loop.