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What are the structural differences seen between fetal and adult circulation?

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What are the structural differences seen between fetal and adult circulation?

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Fetal circulation is the circulation of blood through the cardiovascular system of human fetus. It is markedly different as compared to adults. The main site for filtration of nutrients...

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