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What is considered the new nomenclature for the Superficial Femoral Vein? Femoral Vein
What is considered the new nomenclature for the Lesser Saphenous Vein? Small Saphenous Vein (short)
Meaning there is always an artery paired with a vein in the Deep System. Venae Comitantes
True/False: Deep Veins and Superficial Veins are imaged with an artery. False, just deep veins
This type of vein connects Superficial and Deep veins through deep fascia. Perforating Veins
This vein lies in the posterior calf and may enter the Popliteal Vein. Small Saphenous Vein
This can be caused by cold sensitivity, emotional stress, and certain chemicals ingesed or inhaled. Vasoconstriction
This term refers to the gravity pulling blood to feet. Hydrostatic Pressure
True/False: Hydrostatic Pressure causes transmural pressure to increase. True
True/False: Hydrostatic Pressure causes a decrease in cardiac output. True
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