Show me a diagram of the human heart? Here are a bunch!

The human heart is a magnificent organ. The adult heart pumps about 1,500 to 2,000 gallons per day. I’m not going to get into a lot of details about the heart in the post right now because I’m gonna get more into it later.

I’ve been trying to find a bunch of human heart pictures and diagrams and I found some great resources which I wanted to share by posting a few pictures here because I think they are amazing.

Below is a list of all the human heart diagrams and pictures included in this post:

  1. Picture of a Labelled Human Heart (parts of the human heart);
  2. Picture of a Non-Labelled (Numbered) Human Heart;
  3. Blood flow within the heart during diastolic and systolic phases;
  4.  Oblique view of the human heart;
  5. Heart diagram: The myocardium and coronary vessels;
  6. Normal Human Heart Anatomy: Anterior Anatomic view.
  7. Human Heart Anatomy: Left oblique View.
  8. Human Heart Anatomy: Apical 4-chamber anatomy of the human heart.

If you click on the images, you will see them in Full Size. Feel free to download and use them as necessary. However, if you do that, make sure to retain the copyright info on those containing the copyright info.

Diagram of a Labelled and Non-Labelled Human Heart

Parts of the Human Heart
Labelled Parts of the Human Heart
Parts of the Human Heart (Numbered)
Numbered Parts of the Human Heart Structure

Diagram of a Labelled Heart with Direction of Blood Flow During Diastolic and Systolic Phases

Direction of blood flow during Systolic and Diastolic Phases
Human Heart: Direction of blood flow during Systolic and Diastolic Phases

Realistic 3D Pictures of the Human Heart

Oblique View of Human Heart-Exterior
Oblique View of the Human Heart
Heart myocardium and coronary vessels
Heart myocardium and coronary vessels diagram
3D Picture of the Normal Heart
Anatomy of a Normal Human Heart (anterior view)
Heart, left oblique view
Anatomy of a Normal Heart (left oblique view)
Heart Apical 4-Chamber Anatomy
Heart Apical 4-Chamber Anatomy


So, there you have it. I hope this post turned out useful for your search on the different diagrams of a labelled human heart.

Do you have diagrams or pictures of the human heart that you want to share with the community? Please go ahead and share them in the comments below. We might just add them to our list in this post.

Just a reminder, when you’re sharing these images, do not forget to give credit where credit is due. 🙂

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  3. thank you so much, this website has helped immensely in studying for exams could you perhaps explain the major vessels of the heart as i need a deeper understanding of them. thanks
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    P.S. Aorta, Vena Cava, Pulmonary Artery and Pulmonary vein.

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