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The left atrium serves as a vessel for blood coming from the lungs and a pump to deliver blood to other parts of the heart, according to Healthline. Oxygen-rich blood from the lungs goes to the left atrium via the pulmon... More »

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The left atrium is not always larger than the right. Either of the atrial appendages may be larger than the other. Both the left and right atria are located at the bottom of the heart and are separated from each other by... More »

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Symptoms of clinically significant enlarged left atriums include the abnormal heart rhythms that are medically referred to as atrial fibrillations, explains the Ochsner Journal on the U.S. National Library of Medicine we... More »

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Blood enters the heart in the right atrium, passes into the right ventricle and is then pumped to the lungs; after leaving the lungs, the blood travels back into the left atrium, into the left ventricle and then flows in... More »

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