AURICLES OF THE HEART
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Are two cavities, one right, the other left, each communicating with the ventricle of its side. These two cavities receive the blood from every part of the body. Into the right auricle, the two venae cavae and coronary vein open: into the left, the four pulmonary veins. The foliated or dog's ear portion of each auricle is called Appendix auriculae. See Sinus.
By Robley Dunglison
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