Heart Embryology

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What does the embryonic structure: Truncus Artriosus give rise to? Truncus Artriosus gives rise to Ascending Aorta and the pulmonary trunk.

What does the embryonic structure Bulbus Cordis give rise to? Bulbus cordis gives rise to the smooth part of the left and right ventricle.

What does the embryonic structures Primitive ventricle become? Primitive ventricles become the trabeculated left ventricles.

What does the embryonic structure Primitive atrium become? The primitive atrium becomes the trabeculated left and right atria.

What does the embryonic structure left horn of sinus venosus become? The left horn of sinus venosus becomes the coronary sinus.

What does the embryonic structure right horn of sinus venosus become? The right horn of sinus venosus becomes the smooth part of the right atrium.

What does the embryonic structure right common cardinal vein & right anterior cardinal vein become? The right common cardinal vein & right anterior cardinal vein become the superior vena cava.
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