Cardiovascular System Development

The cardiovascular system begins its activity when the fetus is barely 4 weeks old and is the last system to cease activity at the end of life. This body system is so vital that its activity helps define the presence of life.
The heart, arteries, veins, and lymphatics form the cardiovascular network that serves the body's transport system. This system brings life-supporting oxygen and nutrients to cells, removes metabolic waste products, and carries hormones from one part of the body to another.
The cardiovascular system, often called the circulatory system, may be divided into two branches: pulmonary and systemic circulations. In pulmonary circulation , blood picks up oxygen and liberates the waste product carbon dioxide. In systemic circulation (which includes coronary circulation), blood carries oxygen and nutrients to all active cells and transports waste products to the kidneys, liver, and skin for excretion.

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Cardiovascular System Development

Cardiovascular System Development

Angiogenesis

Angiogenesis

Adhesion Molecules in Angiogenesis

Adhesion Molecules in Angiogenesis