right atrium of heart

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right a·tri·um of heart

[TA]
right atrium, the atrium of the right side of the heart that receives the blood from the venae cavae and coronary sinus and to which it passes to the right ventricle.
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right a·tri·um of heart

(rīt ā'trē-ŭm hahrt) [TA]
The atrium of the right side of the heart that receives the blood from the venae cavae and coronary sinus.
Synonym(s): atrium cordis dextrum [TA] , atrium dextrum cordis.
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