What Is the Upper Chamber of the Heart Called?

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The upper chamber of the heart is called the atria. The heart is the organ that supplies blood and oxygen to all parts of the body. It is composed of cardiac muscle, which enables the heart to contract and allow the synchronization of the heart beat.
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right and left atrium.
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There are two upper chambers of the heart. They are called the right and left
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The two upper chambers in your heart are called the atria. The atria are the receiving chambers of your heart. When blood flows into your heart from the body or lungs, it always flows
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The heart is divided into four compartments (chambers). Each upper chamber is called an atrium (plural atria) + each lower chamber is called a ventricle.
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