Left Ventricle 3D

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    • * Forms the apex of the heart, a part of the sternocostal surface, most of the left border and left surface, and the left two-thirds of the diaphragmatic surface.
    • * Is divided into the left ventricle proper and the aortic vestibule, which is the upper anterior part of the left ventricle and leads into the aorta.
    • Anatomy of heart * Contains two papillary muscles with their chordae tendineae and the trabeculae carneae cordis.

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  • Description:
    • * Forms the apex of the heart, a part of the sternocostal surface, most of the left border and left surface, and the left two-thirds of the diaphragmatic surface.
    • * Is divided into the left ventricle proper and the aortic vestibule, which is the upper anterior part of the left ventricle and leads into the aorta.
    • Anatomy of heart * Contains two papillary muscles with their chordae tendineae and the trabeculae carneae cordis.

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