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Diaphragm2 parts: peripheral muscular partlumbar fleshy partLumbar fleshy part-associated with L3 and L4-rib: costal fleshy part-sternum: sternal fleshy partOpenings in the diaphragmaortic hiatusopening of the aortaesophageal hiatuspassage of the esophagusclavial foramenpassage for the caudal vena cavaStructures passing through the diaphragmesophageal hyatus: dorsal and ventral esophageal trunksleft gastric artery and veinaortic hyatus: azygos and hemiazygos vein and thoracic ductCanine heart projects into both thoracic cavities particularly the left from the 3rdto 6thintercostal spaceLong axis of the heart is locate cranially so that it lies at an angle with the base more cranial than the apexBase of the heart is fixed by the great veins and arteries while the apex can move freely within the pericardial sacLeft ventricle is more conical while right ventricle is more crescent shapedSo called right and left sides if the heart are more correctly understood to be the dextro-cranial and levo-caudalsizebecause the left ventricle lies behind and slightly left of the right ventricle.Coronary grooveseparates the cranial and caudal sides of the heart- it is where the coronary artery and major veins passInterventricular grooveparaconal interventricular groove (found in the left cranioventral surface of the heart)

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