A ventricle is a chamber in your heart – it collects blood from the atrium (a smaller heart chamber) and pumps it out into your bloodstream. You have two – the right ventricle and the left ventricle.
A ventricle, broadly speaking, is a hollow or open chamber in an organ. The lower two chambers of the heart are called ventricles and are usually the most recognizable.
A ventricle is a chamber of the heart that pumps blood from the heart out to the body. The heart is composed of four chambers, a left and a right atrium, and a right and a left ventricle. Ventricles are larger and stronger than atria, and the left ventricle is the biggest of the two. The contraction and relaxation of the ventricle is responsible for the heartbeat.
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