Translation of aorta in Spanish:

aorta

aorta, n.

Pronunciation /eɪˈɔrdə//eɪˈɔːtə/

noun

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    aorta feminine
    • Rabbit aortas and pig coronary arteries were used in this study.
    • He was stabbed three times, suffering a fatal wound to the aorta, the major blood vessel from the heart.
    • In an embryo, the aorta and the pulmonary artery are initially a single vessel.
    • The pump device works by assisting the function of the left ventricle, improving blood supply to the aorta and so to the rest of the body.
    • The main structures to consider in the umbilical area are the aorta and the pancreas.
    • This meant that the aorta, the main artery that carries the blood away from his heart was cut.
    • The device in turn pumps the blood to the aorta, dispersing it to the rest of the body.
    • Most aortic aneurysms occur in the abdominal aorta, the main cause being arteriosclerosis.
    • Cardiovascular infection usually occurs at the abdominal aorta or a cardiac valve.
    • The coronary arteries open from the beginning of the aorta and take blood to all parts of the heart tissue.
    • At this time, the surgeon begins to develop a dissection plane between the aorta and the pulmonary artery.
    • When the left ventricle contracts, it sends blood into the largest artery, the aorta.
    • He died of massive internal injuries, including the severing of his aorta - the main artery to his heart.
    • The most common sites include the abdominal aorta and the arteries at the base of the brain.
    • This is delivered by the coronary arteries, which are supplied with blood from the aorta.
    • He had ended up cutting it so close to the aorta, the main blood vessel, there was dramatic and sudden blood loss.
    • Blood exits the heart from the left ventricle into the thoracic aorta, then into the abdominal aorta.
    • What they die of is called dissection of the aorta, the artery which leaves the heart to supply blood to the rest of the body.