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Hi all,

It is written in kaplan notes that:
-bulbus cordis gives rise to smooth part of right and left ventricle
-primitive ventricle gives rise to trabeculated part of right and left ventricle
-primitive atrium gives rise to trabeculated part of right and left atrium
-sinus venosus gives rise to smooth part of right atrium, coronary sinus and SVC

in FA 2010 it says:
-Bublus cordis ------ RV and smooth parts of right and left ventricle
-primitive ventricle------- portion of left ventricle
-primitive atria-------- same
-sinus venosus-------- same

So which of the notes do is right????
 

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Hi all,

It is written in kaplan notes that:
-bulbus cordis gives rise to smooth part of right and left ventricle
-primitive ventricle gives rise to trabeculated part of right and left ventricle
-primitive atrium gives rise to trabeculated part of right and left atrium
-sinus venosus gives rise to smooth part of right atrium, coronary sinus and SVC

in FA 2010 it says:
-Bublus cordis ------ RV and smooth parts of right and left ventricle
-primitive ventricle------- portion of left ventricle
-primitive atria-------- same
-sinus venosus-------- same

So which of the notes do is right????
You can check the fe de errata of the First Aid...
They publish the right answer on their web site

http://firstaidteam.com/wp-content/uploads/FA-Step-1-2011-errata-110301.pdf
 
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