Where Does the Blood Enter and Leave the Heart?

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Blood enters the heart through the inferior and superior vena cavas. First blood enters the atrium and then pump into the right ventricle. After this, the blood is separated in two chambers through a valve known as tricuspid valve. Than at last blood is pumped into pulmonary arteries from a right ventricle.
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