pulmonary artery


a: pulmonary artery ~
b: arteries anywhere


"On leaving the right ventricle blood goes to the pulmonary artery. From the left ventricle, blood goes to the aorta; from the aorta there are branches to all parts of the body. The pressures in the pulmonary artery are about one-fifth those in the aorta and its branches; but the structure of the pulmonary artery is like that of arteries anywhere. The pulmonary circulation will be considered later"

Writer: Not Stated
Date: Feb 4 2017 6:56 PM

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