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posterior to
1-bile duct
2-proper hepatic artery
portal vein
anterior to
EPIPLOIC FORAMEN
portal vein
portal vein tributaries
1-left gastric vein
2-right gastric vein
3-cystic vein
portal vein carries
2X as much as
hepatic vein
portal vein is formed by
splenic
superior mesenteric vein
what forms SVC in
SUPERIOR MEDIASTINUM
right/left

BRACHIOCEPHALIC
internal jugular vein >
subclavian vein
subclavian vein >
brachiocephalic vein
2 brachiocephalic vein >
SVC
brachiocephalic =
internal jugular vein

subclavian vein
axillary vein >
subclavian vein
what crosses 1 st rib
anterior to

ANTERIOR SCALENE MUSCLE
subclavian vein
brachial vein >
axillary vein
cephalic vein >
axillary vein
2 Brachiocephalic veins >
SVC
brachiocephalic formed by
1-internal jugular
2-subclavian vein
ductus venosus
ligamentum venosum
shunt to bypass pulmonary circulation
foramen ovale

ductus arteriosum
fetus to placenta (blood)
umbilical arteries
venous shunt
within liver to connect with

IVC
ductus venosus
thick elastic
arteries
doesnt empty into
cavernous sinus
vertebral vein
cavernous sinus
paired
location of cavernous sinus
either side of sella turcica
cavernous sinus empty >
superior petrosal sinuses
superior petrosal sinus >
transverse sinus
transverse sinus >
internal jugular vein
cavernous sinus also drain >
anteriorly into

ophthalmic vein
what passes thru

cavernous sinus
1-internal carotid artery

2-abducen nerve (VI)
2 branches of

INFERIOR OPHTHALMIC VEIN
1-pterygoid plexus

2-cavernous sinus
veins of brain are direct tributaries of
dural venous sinuses
connect
dural venous sinuses
veins of scalp
emissary vein
communication btw
pterygoid plexus
cavernous sinus
emissary vein
begins in jugular foramen
internal jugular vein
continuation of sigmoid sinus
internal jugular vein
what descends in carotid sheath
internal jugular vein
dont have valves
veins of head/neck
pterygoid plexus of veins in
infratemporal fossa
pterygoid plexus surrounds what artery
maxillary artery
pterygoid plexus terminates/drains

ANTERIORLY
deep facial vein into facial vein
pterygoid plexus terminates/drains

Posteriorly
maxillary vein
drains in internal jugular vein
1-retromandibular
2-facial vein
forms brachiocephalic vein
1-internal jugular
2-subclavian
what unites in
SUPERIOR MEDIASTINUM
to form SVC
brachiocephalic veins
SVC >
right atrium
veins diameter
larger than arteries
less elastic tissue
valves in veins
veins of
neck
arm
leg
vein within
PAROTID GLAND
retromandibular vein
anterior branch

RETROMANDIBULAR VEIN
joins facial vein >

common facial vein
posterior branch

RETROMANDIBULAR VEIN
joins
POSTERIOR AURICULAR VEIN >

external jugular vein
RETROMANDIBULAR VEIN

is union of
superficial temporal

maxillary vein
cervical triangular veins
1-retromandibular vein
2-external jugular vein
3-internal jugular vein
external jugular vein

is union of
1-posterior auricular

2-posterior branch of retromandibualr
external jugular vein ends
subclavian vein
superficial temporal vein plunges into
parotid
maxillary vein forms from
pterygoid plexus of veins
maxillary vein +
superficial temporal vein =
retromandibular vein
portal vein

is union of
1-superior mesenteric vein
2-splenic vein
portal vein >
sinusoids
drains
stomach
intestines
spleen
pancreas
gallbladder
portal vein
hepatic sinusoids >
central vein
blood leaves liver via
hepatic veins
hepatic vein >
IVC
vein that drains spleen
spenic vein
drains
SI
cecum
ascending colon
transverse colon
superior mesenteric vein
drains

rectum
descending colon
inferior mesenteric vein
facial vein begins as
angular vein
veins with
NO VALVES
FACIAL VEIN
communication btw

1-facial vein
2-pterygoid plexus
deep facial vein
communication btw

1-facial vein
2-cavernous sinus
superior ophthalmic vein
facial veins >
1-internal jugular vein

or joins with

2-retromandibular anterior branch > common facial vein
common facial vein >
internal jugular vein
external jugular vein drains
skin
parotid
face/neck muscles
external jugular vein >
subclavian vein
internal jugular vein >
brachiocephalic vein
internal jugular vein drains
venous sinuses of cranium
hemizygous vein >
azygos
accessory hemiazygos >
azygos vein
right superior intercostal vein >
azygos vein
left superior intercostal vein >
brachiocephalic vein
azygos drains
1-posterior abdominal wall

2-thoracic body
azygos ascends thru
diaphragm=
aortic orific
3 pairs of veins drain

head/neck
1-internal jugular vein
2-external jugular vein
3-vertebral vein
posterior of head =
vertebral vein
auxillary vein/shoulder
subclavian vein
superficial region of head/neck
external jugular vein
sigmoid sinus of brain
internal jugular vein
thick
TUNICA ADVENTITIA
VEINS
THIN

TUNCA MEDIA
VEINS