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Fig. 530. Fetal heart (6 months) in normal situation

The right atrium is opened. After the alcohol-Semp Terpentinmethode seen dried.

The vena cava inferior vena cava passes through the foramen in the dorsal Scope of the right atrium. The valvula venae cavae (Eustachii) leads the Blood according to the foramen ovale into the left atrium. The superior vena cava enters through the ventral wall of the atrium, and their blood flows and ventral medially by the foramen ovale into the right ventricle. Below the valvula venae cavae, the mouth of the coronary sinus with the valvula sinus coronary (Thebesi).

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Kollmann JKE. Atlas of the Development of Man (Handatlas der entwicklungsgeschichte des menschen). (1907) Vol.1 and Vol. 2. Jena, Gustav Fischer. (1898).

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Fig. 530. Fetales Herz (6. Monat) in natiirliclier Lage.

Der rechte Vorhof ist geöffnet. Nach der Semp ersehen Alkohol-Terpentinmethode getrocknet.

Die Vena cava inferior tritt durch das Foramen venae cava in den dorsalen Umfang des rechten Vorhofes. Die Valvula venae cavae (Eustachii) führt das Blut nach dem Foramen ovale in den linken Vorhof. Die Vena cava superior tritt ventral durch die Wand des Vorhofes ein und ihr Blut strömt ventral und medial vom Foramen ovale in die rechte Kammer. Unterhalb der Valvula venae cavae ist die Mündung des Sinus coronarius mit der Valvula sinus coronarii (Thebesi).

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