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When the blood leaves the right ventricle it goes through the pulmonary artery.

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What organ does blood travel to when it leaves the right ventricle?

The lungs


The blood in the right ventricle must leave by the?

Blood leaves the right ventricle through the pulmonary artery.


Where does the blood go after leaves the right ventricle?

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Is the blood pumped by the right ventricle oxygen-rich?

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Where is blood pumped after it leaves the right ventricle?

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Where does blood go immediately after it leaves the right atrium?

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What type of blood vessels always leaves a ventricle?

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Blood leaves the right ventricle and goes to?

the pulmonary artery


What is the blood vessel that leaves the right ventricle?

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When blood leaves the heart what two places does it go?

Right ventricle to the lungs Left ventricle to the body


Blood leaves the right ventricle by passing through the?

The pulmonary artery.


Blood normally leaves the right ventricle through?

pulmonary valve


Blood leaves the right ventricle through what vessel?

The pulmonary artery.


To what organ does blood go immediately after it leaves the right ventricle?

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How is blood transported from the left ventricle to the right ventricle?

Blood leaves the left ventricle and passes through the aorta to circulate to the rest of the body. This blood then returns to the heart from the body via the veins, and is pumped via the right atrium into the right ventricle. From here it is pumped to the lungs.


Which chamber of the heart is responsible for pumping deoxygenated blood to the lungs?

The right ventricle is responsible for pumping deoxygenated blood to the lungs. The blood leaves the right ventricle via the pulmonary artery.


Where does atrium travel to?

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Where is the blood going when it leaves each heart chamber?

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Ventricles receive blood from veins?

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How does blood in the right ventricle differ from blood in the left ventricle?

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How does the blood travel through the heart?

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How many arteries leave the right ventricle?

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Where does blood flow to after it leaves the left atrium and passes through the bicuspid?

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What is the semilunar valve through which blood leaves the right ventricle?

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