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1 In the heart, the bottom two parts are called _______ and the top two parts are _____.
1 Ventricles - atria Home
2 Blood vessels that carry blood back to the heart are called _______.
3 Organ containing four chambers enclosed by thick muscular walls.
4 A network of ____ connect arteries and veins.
5 Blood vessels carrying blood away from the heart are called ________.
6 Two categories of heart & circulatory problems are either _____ or ______.
6 Congenital or acquired
7 What are the one-way flaps that separate the top & bottom chambers of the heart?
8 This is composed of the heart & blood vessels including arteries, veins & capillaries.
8 Circulatory system
9 If the valves do not close as they should, they make a blowing or whooshing sound. This is called a _______ _______.
9 Heart murmur
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