#4; Chap. 20; pt. 2

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This systemic vein drains the head & upper extremities.

Superior Vena Cava

The superior vena cava is formed by the union of the right & left what?

Brachiocephalic Vein

This systemic vein drains the torso and lower extremities.

Inferior Vena Cava

The inferior vena cava is formed by the union of the right & left what?

Common Iliac Vein

____ receive blood from the brain and face and empty into the internal jugular veins.

Dural Sinus

The dural sinuses empty into what?

Internal Jugular Vein

____ travels down the neck and drains the brain, face, & neck.

Internal Jugular Vein

____ drains deep parts of the face and exterior of the cranium.

External Jugular Vein

The external jugular vein empties into what?

Subclavian Vein

____ drains the arm & receives blood from the external jugular vein.

Subclavian Vein

____ is formed by the union of the subclavian & the internal jugular veins & drains those veins.

Brachiocephalic Vein

____ is a plexus of veins on the back of the hand.

Dorsal Venous Arch

____ empties into the superficial veins of the forearm, the cephalic & basilic.

Dorsal Venous Arch

The dorsal venous arch empties into what superficial veins of the forearm?

Cephalic & Basilic

____ arises from the lateral side of the dorsal venous arch.

Cephalic Vein

____ is where IV fluids are often given.

Cephalic Vein

This is a systemic vein & has venous drainage of the upper limb but has no definition.

Radial & Ulnar Vein

____ is formed by the union of the ulnar & radial veins at the elbow and continues up the brachium.

Brachial Vein

____ is formed at the axilla by the union of the brachial & basilic vein.

Axillary Vein

Axillary veins continues to form the ____ in the shoulder.

Subclavian Vein

The ____ will end where it receives the internal jugular.

Subclavian Vein

_____ (unpaired)- a network of veins that drain blood from the lungs, esophagus, pericardium, vertebrae, diaphragm & thoracic spinal cord.

Azygos System

____ connects with the superior & inferior vena cava.

Azygos System

____ drains blood from the pancreas, spleen, stomach, intestine, & gall bladder.

Hepatic Portal System

____ transports the nutrient-rich blood to the hepatic sinusoids of the liver via the hepatic portal vein.

Hepatic Portal System

Hepatic portal system transports the nutrient-rich blood to the hepatic sinusoids of the liver via the ____.

Hepatic Portal Vein

This vein in the portal system is from the intestines.

Inferior & Superior Mesenteric Vein

This vein in the portal system is from the spleen.

Splenic Vein

This vein in the portal system is from the stomach.

Gastric Vein

____ drains the diaphragm and empties into the inferior vena cava.

Inferior Phrenic Vein

____ drain the liver; empty into the inferior vena cava (IVC).

Hepatic Vein

____ drain the kidneys; empty into IVC.

Renal Veins

_____ drain the lower extremities and the pelvic region.

Common Iliac Vein

____ drains the gluteal & thigh muscles, urinary bladder, rectum, & reproductive organs.

Internal Iliac Vein

____ drains the femoral & great saphenous.

External Iliac Vein

The external iliac vein drains what?

Femoral & Great Saphenous

_____ drain the deep structures of the thigh.

Femoral Vein

____ are formed at the back of the knee by the union of the anterior & posterior tibial veins.

Popliteal Veins

____ (visible through skin of the foot).

Dorsal Venous Arch

_____ are superficial veins that arise from the medial side of the dorsal venous arch.

Great Saphenous Vein

____ is the longest vein in the body.

Great Saphenous Vein

____ empties into the femoral vein.

Great Saphenous Vein

Portions of the great saphenous vein is used as grafts in what?

Coronary Bypass Surgery

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