the Septum splits the Right and Left ventricle and atrium.
Possibly 'Septal' -the septum is the dividing structure between the 2 sides.
A septum is a wall between two chambers of an organ. There's a septum in your nose dividing the two nostrils, and a septum in your heard dividing the left and right sides of the heart.
The left and the right sides of the heart are separated by walls of tissue known as septums. There are two septums in the heart. The atrial septum separates the left and the right atria, and the ventricular septum separates the left ventricles from the right ventricles.
it lines the sides and everything.
This muscular wall of the heart is called the septum. It is a dividing wall that separates the heart into a left and right side. The function of the septum is to prevent the mixing of blood between these two sides.
The heart is divided into right and left sides by the a Cuckaroo Suture. Nothing more.
A single wall that divides two cavities is a septum. A heart has a septum dividing the right and left sides.
Atrium is the wall between the sides of the four-chambered heart.
1. No because there is a septum that separates the right and left sides.
the left side of heart is thick walled.
The septum divides the left and right sides of the heart.
The wall between the left and right side of the heart is called 'Septum'.
there are 4 part to a heart left atrium, left ventricle, right atrium, right ventricle
a septumThe septum
the interventricular septum
The heart is usually drawn as if you were looing at the heart of a person standing opposite you. However they are labled with the sides coresponding to the sides that are in a person. Hence a drawing of the heart will have the left ventrical on the right and so on. This is the same as if you and someone opposite you both raise your right hand your raised hands wil be on opposite sides.
Right to left shunt