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radiographic anatomy of veins

Coronary Sinus System returns blood to right atrium
Major branches of Coronary Sinus great, middle, and small cardiac veins
Great Cardiac Vein recieves blood from both ventricles and left atrium
Middle Cardiac Vein drains bloodfrom right atrium, right ventricle, and part of left ventricle
Small Cardiac Vein returns blood from the right ventricle
drains most blood from heart coronary sinus
3 Pairs of major veins draining the head, neck, and face R and L internal jugular veinsR and L external jugular veinsR and L vertebral veins
Dura Mater Sinuses drain blood from the brain
Superior Sagittal Sinus drains into opposite transverse sinus
Inferior Sagittal Sinus drains into straight sinus
Straight Sinus empty into opposite transverse sinus
Transverse Sinus occupies mastoid portion
Sigmoid Sinus becomes internal jugular vein
Occipital Sinus joins superior, straight, and transverse sunues at their confluence
Confluence located at inion
Cranial Venous System Internal JugularExternal Jugularbrachiocephalicsuperior sagittaltransverse
Thoracic Veins Superior Vena CavaAzygosPulmonary
Superior Vena Cava returns blood to right atrium
Azygos Veins reutrns blood to suerir vena cava
Inferior Pulmonary Vein returns oxygenated blood to left atrium
Inferior Vena Cava returns blood to right atrium
Abominal Veins R and L common iliac veinsInternal and external iliac veinsrenal veinsportal system
Portal System all veins that drain blood from adbominal, spleen, colon, and small intestine then conveyed to the liver
Liver returns blood to inferior vena cava by hepatic veins
Inferior Mesenteric vein returns blood from rectum and parts of large intestine
Superior Mesenteric Vein returns blood from the small intestineand parts of the large and unites with spleenic vein to form portal vein
Superfical veins Basilic and cephalic
Upper basilic vein empties into axillary and flows to subclavin and then to superior vena cava
Lower basilic vein joins median cubital vein continuing to upper
Deep veins 2 brachial veinsthat drain into radial, ulnar, and palmar
deep brachial Veins Join basilic to axillary
Axillary Vein empties into subclavin and to superior vena cava
superfical lower limb veins great and small saphenous veins of foot
great saphenous longest vein in body and opens into femoral vein
Femoral vein realtionship to artery medially to femoral artery
small saphenous vein orginates in foot and empties into the popiteal vein
Major deep veins of lower limb posterior tibialperonealanterior tibalpopitealfemoral
posterior tibal and peroneal join after draining
Posterior tibal joins anterior tibaland become popiteal
Popiteal vein become femoral vein then external iliac vein
Lymphatic drainage fluid between the cells and returns it to venous system
Thoracic duct recives left side of body, lower limbs, pelvis and abdomen and is the largest duct
left subclavin recieves thoracic duct
Funtions of lymphatic fight disease, return protein, filter, and transfer fats
lyphatic fluid transport diffusion, perstalsis, respiratory , cardiac, massage, and muscular
lymphatic order capillaries, vessels, nodes, vessels, venous system
Major clusters thoracic, abdominal, pelvic, and inguinal
Created by: sgoodin