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Conus Arteriosus
Cardiovascular System

Conus Arteriosus

Conus arteriosus

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Key Features/Anatomical Relations

The conus arteriosus is a cone-shaped structure that forms the region between the right ventricle and the pulmonary trunk.

Function

The conus arteriosus provides a support structure for the pulmonary valve and the origin of the pulmonary trunk.

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Conus arteriosus

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The conus arteriosus is the narrow tube extending anteriorly between the atria from the right side of the ventricle.

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