The heart was in standstill, hazy clots filling the ventricles.
The cerebral vesicle which represents this is a plain cavity without true subdivision into ventricles.
In these sells or ventricles are fancy, understanding, and memory.
The openings from the ventricles into these vessels are guarded by the semilunar valves.
The ventricles of the brain are also lined by this membrane.
It was continuous with and led into the ventricles of the brain, and the whole thing became clear.
The ventricles were enlarged, but contained scarcely any fluid.
The two auricles contract at the same time, and this is followed at once by the contraction of the two ventricles.
The ventricles were of a natural capacity, and did not contain any fluid.
The auricles may be considered as the reservoirs or receivers of the blood and the ventricles as the pump chambers.
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)