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Chordae Tendinae

The chordae tendinae are tiny tendons that connect the valves of the heart to the papillary muscle.  They appear as small white strings and are sometimes referred to as the “heart strings.”  In the photo below the right ventricle has been cut and the chordae shown are attached to …

Dissection of the Sheep Heart

The vessels of the heart are identified in this video: aorta, pulmonary trunk, brachiocephalic, and the vena cava.  The heart is then cut in half the the internal structures are revealed: the atria,  ventricles, bicuspid and tricuspid.