Great cardiac vein
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|Great cardiac vein|
Base and diaphragmatic surface of heart. (Great cardiac vein labeled at center left.)
Pulmonary vessels, seen in a dorsal view of the heart and lungs. The lungs have been pulled away from the median line, and a part of the right lung has been cut away to display the air-ducts and bloodvessels (great coronary vein labeled at center bottom).
|Latin||Vena cordis magna,
vena cardiaca magna
- -1825243078 at GPnotebook
- Anatomy photo:20:11-0101 at the SUNY Downstate Medical Center - "Heart: Cardiac veins"
- Anatomy figure: 20:03-05 at Human Anatomy Online, SUNY Downstate Medical Center - "Anterior view of the heart."
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