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Cardiovascular System

The Heart

How is the cardiac muscle supplied with blood?

Cardiac muscle has its own separate circulation, the coronary circulation. There are two large coronary arteries that supply the ventricles, with the most abundant blood supply going to the left ventricle, as this chamber has the most strenuous workload.



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