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What is the blood vessel that take the blood to the heart called?

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the blood vessel that takes blood to the heart is called the blood vessel that takes blood to the heart.

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Well,the veins take blood to the heart



arteries take blood away from the heart



Vessels that take blood away from the heart are arteries, and to the heart are veins.Blood vessel carrying blood from lungs to heart is called Pulmonary Vein. There are 4 pulmonary veins. (2 from left lung & 2 from right lung). They open into the left Atrium.


The pulmonary veins take blood from the lungs to the heart



Veins. Remember it this way, 'a' for away and 'a' for arteries. If arteries take blood away from the heart, then veins must take it to the heart.


Veins take blood from the body back to the heart.


The major arteries that take blood away from the heart are the aorta and pulmonary arteries.


The blood vessels that take blood away from the heart are called arteries.


'Arteries' take blood away from the heart. 'Veins' take blood back to the heart.


Arteries take blood from the heart to the rest of the body. The name of the artery leaving the heart is the Aorta. Hope this helps.


They are called arteries. Veins take the blood to the heart and arteries take it away.


Veins take blood to the heart, arteries take blood away from the heart.The vessels that carry blood to the heart are called veins. Those that supply the body with blood from the heart are called arteries.Examples are the jugular veins that return blood from the head, and the carotid arteries that supply blood to the head.


An artery is any vessel taking blood away from the heart, irrespective of whether it carries oxygenated or deoxygenated blood. The pulmonary arteries take deoxygenated blood away from the right ventricle of the heart to the lungs.


there are only 2 vessels that take blood from the heart. The Pulmonary trunk that bifurcates into the (right and left) pulmonary arteries. and the aorta. the aorta is the largest vessel in the body and certainly would be considered thick walled.


Arteries are the blood vessels that take blood away from the heart. Blood in the arteries are brown as they go away from the heart and blood travelling to the heart in veins are coloured red as it has just been replenished when passing the lungs. Dr. 001


Blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart are called arteries.


The artery vessels provide blood to the heart.they purify the blood and pass it , while the veins take the bad blood and bring it back to the heart and purify it then the arterys pass it again to the other organs.



Arteries take away blood from the heart. Veins return blood to the heart.



Veins take blood to the heart, arteries take it away.


Arteries are the blood vessels which take blood away from the heart.



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