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General Organization of the Cardiovascular System

The cardiovascular system can be thought of as comprised of three major components: blood, the fluid connective tissue in which the many substances to be transported are dissolved; blood vessels, through which the blood circulates; and a muscular heart, which is the pump that provides the driving force for the movement of blood through the vessels. Let us consider each of these “parts” in more detail.

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