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 The human heart is arranged in the center mediastinum, at the degree of thoracic vertebrae T5-T8. A twofold membraned sac called the pericardium encompasses the heart and connects to the mediastinum. The back surface of the heart lies close to the vertebral segment, and the front surface sits behind the sternum and rib ligaments. The upper piece of the heart is the connection point for a few huge veins—the venae cavae, aorta and aspiratory trunk. The upper piece of the heart is situated at the degree of the third costal ligament. The lower tip of the heart, the peak, misleads the left of the sternum (8 to 9 cm from the midsternal line) between the intersection of the fourth and fifth ribs close to their explanation with the costal ligaments. The biggest piece of the heart is typically marginally balanced to one side of the chest (however sporadically it might be counterbalanced to one side) and is felt to be on the left in light of the fact that the left heart is more grounded and bigger, since it siphons to all body parts. Since the heart is between the lungs, the left lung is littler than the correct lung and has a cardiovascular score in its fringe to suit the heart. The heart is cone-formed, with its base situated upwards and tightening to the zenith.  

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