The small circle of blood circulation begins, from which chamber of the heart?

The small circle of blood circulation supplies blood to the lungs. It begins in the right ventricle. The right side of the heart contains venous blood, that is, saturated with carbon dioxide. It flows through the pulmonary arteries into the lungs. Here it gives off carbon dioxide, takes oxygen, collects in the pulmonary veins (blood becomes arterial). The circle ends in the left atrium. That is, venous blood flows through the arteries, arterial blood through the veins.

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