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Cardiovascular Rap

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Cardiovascular Rap

Cardiovascular system is the name of the game
Its circles your body it doesn't play games
Blood pumping from your heart because that's where it's at
Dealing with all things that are vascular and cardiac
There are four valves that control the flow of blood throughout the heart
And the myocardium is the muscular layer of the heart
Tricuspid, pulmonary, mitral, aortic, and bicuspid to
Two of them have a ...

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