Aortic Valve 3D

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    • * Lies behind the left half of the sternum opposite the third intercostal space.
    • * Is most audible over the right second intercostal space just lateral to the sternum.
    • * Closes during ventricular diastole and shuts during ventricular systole.
    • * Its closure at the beginning of ventricular diastole causes the second (“dub”) heart sound.

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  • Description
    • * Lies behind the left half of the sternum opposite the third intercostal space.
    • * Is most audible over the right second intercostal space just lateral to the sternum.
    • * Closes during ventricular diastole and shuts during ventricular systole.
    • * Its closure at the beginning of ventricular diastole causes the second (“dub”) heart sound.

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