Cardiovascular System


Which structures and organs constitute the cardiovascular system?

Technically speaking, the structures of the cardiovascular system are the heart and blood vessels. Blood, a connective tissue, plays a major role in the cardiovascular system and is usually discussed within the context of the cardiovascular system.


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