Here we have several different cardiovascular system diagrams to help you learn about the circulation system in the human body. These diagrams come with or without labels. Common circulatory system diagrams show pulmonary circulation, systematic circulation, veins, arteries, or a combination. The following diagram will show you the blood flow in the circulatory system.
The systemic circulation system provided in the cardiovascular system diagram above is the most commonly illustrated of the systems that make up the cardiovascular system. The cardiovascular system is an organ system that permits blood to circulate and transport nutrients. The circulatory system includes the lymphatic system, which circulates lymph. The circulatory system of the blood is seen as having two components, a systemic circulation, and a pulmonary circulation. Check out the following images of other diagrams of the system.
The cardiovascular system consists of the heart, blood vessels, and the blood that the blood vessels transport. The diagram also shows you the blood circulation which starts when the heart relaxes between two heartbeats: blood flows from both atria into the ventricles which then expand.
Although there are different types of circulatory system diagrams, you will find some consistencies throughout. The unlabeled version of the diagrams is given to make it easy for you to evaluate and see how well you understand the system. Click on any of these circulatory system diagrams for a quick print!