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atria

 [a´tre-ah] (L.)
plural of atrium.

a·tri·a

(ā'trē-ă), [TA]
Plural of atrium.

ATRIA

Anticoagulation & Risk factors In Atrial fibrillation. A study designed to estimate the current US prevalence of atrial fibrillation (AF) and project the number who would have AF in 2050.
Conclusion AF occurs in ±1% of the general population.

atria

Anatomy Plural of atrium, see there.

a·tri·a

(ā'trē-ă) [TA]
Plural of atrium.

Atria

The heart has four chambers. The right and left atria are at the top of the heart and receive returning blood from the veins. The right and left ventricles are at the bottom of the heart and act as the body's main pumps.
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