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What is the difference between Aortic Valve and Mitral Valve?

Asked by Demi , Last updated: Aug 03, 2020

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D. Peter

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D. Peter, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Mexico

Answered Jul 31, 2020

Aortic and mitral valve are two valves that are in the heart. They are both located in different parts of the heart. The mitral valve is located on the left side of the valve. It separates the upper and low chambers of this side of the heart. The aortic valve is a bulb. It is also located on the lower chamber of the heart. Both of those valves have different functions. The aortic valve makes sure that the proper amount of blood is going to the heart to flow. The mitral valve is responsible for ensuring the flow of blood goes from the atrium to the ventricle.
 

H. Jones

H. Jones, Web Content Writer, San Antonio,

Answered Jun 18, 2020

You may have heard about the aortic and mitral valve but you are not sure what these things are. When you say the mitral valve, this is known to be in charge of separating the upper and lower chambers of the left side of the heart.

The aortic valve is a type of bulb that you can see on the heart’s lower left chamber. The mitral valve will be responsible for making sure that the blood will flow from the atrium going to the ventricle.

The aortic valve’s main goal is to make sure that the correct amount of blood will flow going towards the heart. The blood is supposed to go back to the heart so that the blood will continue beating throughout the body.

 

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