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The _____ side of your heart receives deoxygenated blood full of carbon dioxide. Left Lower Right Upper

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    the right side of your heart receives deoxygenated blood from the Vena Cava into the right atrium. It travels through the right ventricle and through the pulmonary artery to the lungs where it can release carbon dioxide and receive oxygen (it becomes oxygenated) to return through the pulmonary vein to eventually get expelled through the aorta where the oxygenated blood travels to all cells around the body.

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