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I need it with these parts and others: *Septum *Pulmonary Vein *Pulmonary Artery *Aorta *Right Atrium Valve *Left Atrium Valve *Surperior Vena Cava *Inferior Vena Cava *Right Ventricle *Left Ventricle *Tricuspid Valve *Labed to lungs Please name any others and a couple images with all of these!!!
Mon, 14 Dec 2009
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Maybe this will help http://www.vaughns-1-pagers.com/medicine/heart-diagram.htm
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