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Head, Neck, and Brain
Superior Vena Cava
Brachiocephalic v. (R/L) Left and right brachiocephalic veins flow into the superior vena cava
Vertebral v. (R/L) Vertebral v. drains directly into brachiocephalic v.
Internal jugular v. (R/L) Internal jugulars drain into the brachiocephalic veins
External jugular v. (R/L) External jugulars flow directly into the brachiocephalic veins
Subclavian v. (R/L) Subclavians unite with internal jugulars and drain into brachiocephalic veins
Shoulder & Upper Limb
Cephalic v. (R/L) Begins at the venous arch and flows up the arm to drain into the subclavian vein
Axillary v. (R/L) Axillary vein drains into subclavian vein at the first rib
Basilic v. (R/L) Basilic vein begins at the venous arch, joins the brachial vein and drains into axillary vein
Median cubital v. (R/L) Median cubital vein flows into the basilic vein
Brachial v. (R/L) Brachial vein joins the basilic and drains into the axillary
Radial v. and Ulnar v. (R/L) Radial and Ulnar veins join at the bend of the elbow and flow into the brachial vein Radial Ulnar
Abdominal Viscera (Internal Organs)
Inferior Vena cava
Suprarenal v. (R/L)
Renal v. (R/L)
Lower Limbs & Pelvis
Common iliac v. (R/L)
Internal iliac v. (R/L) Internal iliac joins the external iliac and drains into the common iliac
External iliac v. (R/L)
Femoral v. (R/L) (cut) Femoral vein drains into external iliac
Great Saphenous v. (R/L) Longest vein in the body!
Popliteal v. (R/L) Popliteal vein is located behind the knee and drains into the femoral vein
Anterior tibial v. (R/L) Deep vein that drains into the popliteal and then the femoral. Extends between the tibia and fibula
Posterior tibial v. (R/L) Deep vein that unites with the anterior tibial vein and flows into the popliteal
Dorsalis pedis v. (R/L)
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