Heart: Heart Anatomy
The chamber of the heart sending oxygenated blood through a semilunar valve is the:
The blood arriving into the right atrium is coming from the systemic circulation through the vena cava. It leaves through the tricuspid valve.
The oxygenated blood arriving into the left ventricle is coming from the left atrium. It leaves through the aorta through the aortic valve, a semilunar valve.
The blood arriving into the left atrium is coming from the lungs through the pulmonary vein, and leaves through the mitral valve.
The blood arriving into the right ventricle is coming from the right atrium. It leaves through the pulmonary artery.
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