- Opening of the pulmonary artery
Opening of the pulmonary artery Latin ostium trunci pulmonalis Gray's subject #138 531
It is placed above and to the left of the atrioventricular opening, and is guarded by the pulmonary semilunar valves.
- Pulmonary stenosis
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