[koh-nuh s ahr-teer-ee-oh-suh s]
noun, plural co·ni ar·te·ri·o·si [koh-nahy ahr-teer-ee-oh-sahy, koh-nee ahr-teer-ee-oh-see] /ˈkoʊ naɪ ɑrˌtɪər iˈoʊ saɪ, ˈkoʊ ni ɑrˌtɪər iˈoʊ si/. Anatomy, Zoology.
the most anterior part of the simple tubular heart of lower vertebrates and embryos of higher vertebrates, leading into the artery that leaves the heart; in mammals it forms a part of the upper wall of the right ventricle, in which the pulmonary artery originates.
Origin of conus arteriosus
Also called co·nus.
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A conical extension of the right ventricle in the heart, from which the pulmonary artery originates.arterial cone infundibulum
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