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Caecilius is in the atrium.
The upper chamber on the right side of the heart.
the size of the right atrium is smaller that the left atrium.
well you have two atria the right atrium and left atrium but i think the right atrium has deoxygenated blood and the left atrium has oxygenated blood.
atri is a medical term for atrium, upper heart chamber.
If you mean not specifically, they are the veins.
If you mean atrium, it is the right ventricle.
"Atriō" is the dative/ablative singular of the Latin word "atrium," literally meaning "atrium" (the first main room of a Roman house).
Atria is plural for Atrium. You have your (rt)Atrium and (lt)Atrium
The blood flows into the right atriumRight atrium of the heartthe right atriumthe right atrium
It means 'Metella is in the atrium/main room.'
An atrium is a large open space within a building usually with a glass roof or part of the heart. I think you mean aviary. That you can call a big bird cage.
There are 4 chambers in the heart: right atrium, left atrium, right ventricle, and left ventricle. All four chambers are separate. I believe the name of the structure which separated the left atrium from the right atrium is the septae.
Auricle is an anatomical extension of the atrium. So auricle is the part of atrium.
right atrium and left atrium
Atrium is the chamber if the heart receiving blood from the veins.
The heart contains atrium
The Luxor Hotel and Casino has not only the largest Atrium in Vegas, but its the largest Atrium in the WORLD.
The right atrium is larger because it receives blood from the whole body, while the left atrium only receives blood from the lungs.
Right atrium to right ventricle, lungs, left atrium, left ventricle, to the whole body, and then back to the right atrium.
The blood entering the right atrium is deoxygenated. It has to then go to the lungs to become oxygenated. From there it is dumped into the left atrium.
Blood in the left atrium has been recently oxygenated by the lungs. Blood in the right atrium is deoxygenated, and has come from the body circulation.