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Diagram of the human heart, created by Wapcaplet in Sodipodi. Cropped by Yaddah to remove white space (this cropping is not the same as Wapcaplet's original crop).

English: Diagram of the human heart

1. Superior Vena Cava
2. Pulmonary Artery
3. Pulmonary Vein
4. Mitral Valve
5. Aortic Valve
6. Left Ventricle
7. Right Ventricle
8. Left Atrium
9. Right Atrium
10. Aorta
11. Pulmonary Valve
12. Tricuspid Valve

13. Inferior Vena Cava
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