When she pulled her fingers away, she could see the thrust of his ventricle against his skin.
The Dipnoans37 show an important advance on the conus as in atrium and ventricle.
It contains one auricle and one ventricle only, not two of each as in man.
Anteriorly it opens widely into the cerebral rudiment, and posteriorly into the ventricle of the mid-brain.
Of these parts the ventricle is deepest in color and with thickest walls.
The openings of the auricles into the ventricle vary in different forms.
This part of the ventricle is stated by Wilder to be without a roof.
The third ventricle especially has its origin in a misunderstanding.
The extrasystole may have its origin in either the auricle or the ventricle.
The right auricle and ventricle were large, and their parietes thin.
ventricle ven·tri·cle (věn'trĭ-kəl)
A small cavity or chamber within a body or an organ, especially the right or left ventricle of the heart or any of the interconnecting ventricles of the brain.
ventricular adjective (věn-trĭk'yə-lər)