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Truncus arteriosus gives rise to
-Ascending aorta
-Pulmonary trunk
Bulbus cordis gives rise to
Smooth parts of left/right ventricles
Primitive ventricle gives rise to
Trabeculated parts of left/right ventricles
Primitive atrium gives rise to
Trabeculated parts of both atria
Left horn of sinus venosus gives rise to
Coronary sinus
Right horn of sinus venosus gives rise to
Smooth part of right atrium
Right common cardinal vein and right anterior cardinal vein give rise to
Superior vena cava
Pneumonic for where blood development occurs during development:
YLSB
YLSB
young liver synthesizes blood
Where does fetal erythropoeisis first occur? When?
In the yolk sac - weeks 3-8
Where does fetal erythropoeisis occur second? When?
Liver - weeks 6-30
Where does fetal erythropoeisis occur third? When?
Spleen - weeks 9-28
Where does fetal erythropoeisis occur last? When?
Bone marrow - weeks 28 and onward
What is the makeup of adult hemoglobin? Fetal?
Adult = a2b2

Fetal = a2y2