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|Embryology: Septum secundum|
|Interior of dorsal half of heart of human embryo of about thirty-five days. (Septum secundum visible at center top.)|
|Same heart as above, opened on right side. (Septum secundum visible in dark area at center top.)|
|Gray's||subject #135 512|
|Gives rise to||atrial septum|
The septum secundum, semilunar in shape, grows downward from the upper wall of the atrium immediately to the right of the primary septum and ostium secundum.
Shortly after birth it fuses with the primary septum, and by this means the foramen ovale is closed, but sometimes the fusion is incomplete and the upper part of the foramen remains patent.
The limbus fossae ovalis denotes the free margin of the septum secundum.
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Prenatal development/Mammalian development of circulatory system
arteries: Dorsal aorta - Aortic arches - Vitelline arteries - Ductus arteriosus - Umbilical artery
Primitive heart tube: Truncus arteriosus - Bulbus cordis - Primitive ventricle - Primitive atrium - Sinus venosus
Septum primum (Ostium primum, Ostium secundum) - Septum secundum (Foramen ovale) - other septa (Endocardial cushions/Septum intermedium, Aorticopulmonary septum) - Atrial canal
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