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Veins

Veins of Head and Neck

It is the continuation of axillary vein and extends from the outer border of the first rib to the medial border of the scalenus anterior, where it joins the internal jugular vein to form brachiocephalic vein. The subclavian vein forms an arch across the pleura at a

External Jugular Vein

External Jugular Vein is among the main veins of the neck region. It is among the most superficial structures traveling from the posterior triangle of the neck. Origin It originates just inferior to the angle of the mandible by the combination of posterior branch of retromandibular vein

Lingual Vein

The lingual vein traverses external and internal carotid arteries in order to connect with the internal jugular vein and it is found just beneath and corresponding towards the hypoglossal nerve. Branches Dorsal lingual and deep lingual veins drain the tongue. The deep lingual veins are detectable at

Cerebral Veins

The cerebral veins are found within the subarachnoid space and withdraw deoxygenated blood from the brain parenchyma. The cerebral veins drain the external surfaces and the internal zones of the cerebral hemisphere. They perforate the meninges as well as channel further within the cranial venous sinuses. They

Veins of Thyroid

Three set of veins drain the venous blood through the thyroid gland: Superior Thyroid Vein It arises at the upper pole of the thyroid lobe, travels upwards as well as laterally, and drains inside the internal jugular vein. The superior thyroid vein and the branches of the

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