LIST OF NAMES OF VEINS AND THEIR BRANCHES ON BNA, JNA, PNA, AND ALSO TERMS WHICH WERE INCLUDED INTO THE LISTS OF PNA WHICH ARE PERIODICALLY REVISED ON THE INTERNATIONAL CONGRESSES OF ANATOMISTS, AND MEETING IN LITERATURE OF OUTDATED NAMES

From Big Medical Encyclopedia


The list is the appendix with article VEINS .

Names of bodies, muscles and other anatomic educations are given on PNA.

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Fig. 1. Venous system of the person: 1 — v. retromandibularis; 2 — v. facialis; 3 — v. jugularis int. sin.; 4 — v. thyroidea sup.; 5 — v. jugularis ext. sin.; 6 — v. subclavia sin.; 7 — v. brachiocephalica sin.; 8 — v. cava sup.; 9 — v. hemiazygos (et vv. intercostales post, sin.); 10 — v. axillaris sin.; 11 — vv. brachiales; 12 and 47 — v. cephalica; 13 — v. cava inf.; 14 — vv. hepaticae; 15 — v. portae; 16 — v. lienalis; 17 — v. mesenterica inf.; 18 — v. Suprarenalis sin.; 19 — v. renalis sin.; 20 — v. testicularis sin.; 21 — v. mesenterica sup.; 22 — vv. jejunales et ilei; 23 — v. iliaca communis sin.; 24 — v. iliaca int. sin.; 25 and 45 — v. basilica; 26 — v. iliaca ext. sin.; 27 — an initial part of v. cephalicae (v. cephalica pollicis); 28 — an initial part of v. basilicae (v. salvatella); 29 — rete venosum dorsale manus; 30 — v. femoralis sin.; 31 — plexus pampiniformis; 32 — vv. intercapitales; 33 — v. saphena magna; 34 — vv. digitales propriae palmares; 35 — v. femoralis dext.; 36 — arcus venosus palmaris superficialis; 37 — v. iliaca ext. dext.; 38 — vv. radiales; 39 — vv. ulnares; 40 — v. iliaca communis dext.; 41 — v. interosseae ant.; 42 — v. testicularis dext.; 43 — v. renalis dext.; 44 — v. mediana cubiti; 46 — vv. brachiales dext.; 48 — v. axillaris dext.; 49 — v. azygos; 50 — v. brachiocephalica dext.; 51 — v. subclavia dext.; 52 — v. jugularis int. dext.
Fig. 2. Veins of a brain: 1 — vv. cerebri superiores; 2 — v. thalamostriata; 3 — v. chorioidea; 4 — vv. cerebri int.; 5 — v. cerebri magna; 6 — v. basalis; 7 — sinus rectus; 8 — sinus sagittalis sup.; 9 — confluens sinuum; 10 — sinus transversus.
Fig. 3. Veins heads and necks: 1 — saphenas of parietal area; 2 — v. emissaria parietalis; 3 — sinus sagittalis sup.; 4 — vv. cerebri sup.; 5 — sinus sagittalis inf.; 6 — temporalis superficialis; 7 — v. magna cerebri; 8 — sinus rectus; 9 — v. emissaria occipitalis; 10 — sinus transversus; 11 — sinus cavernosus; 12 — sinus sigmoideus; 13 — v. emissaria mastoidea; 14 — v. occipitalis; 15 — plexus pterygoideus; 16 — v. retromandibularis; 17 — v. jugularis int.; 18 — plexus vertebralis post.; 19 — v. jugularis ext.; 20 — v. thyroidea sup.; 21 — v. thyroidea inf.; 22 — v. subclavia; 23 — v. thoracica int.; 24 — v. brachiocephalica sin.; 25 — v. thyreoidea ima; 26 — arcus venosus juguli; 27 — v. jugularis ant.; 28 — v. facialis; 29 — v. alveolaris inf.; 30 — v. buccalis; 31 — v. faciei profunda; 32 — v. ophthalmica inf.; 33 — v. ophthalmica sup.; 34 — v. supraorbitalis.
Fig. 4. Veins lower extremity (anterior aspect): 1 — v. femoralis; 2 — v. saphena magna; 3 — v. poplitea; 4 — vv. tibiales ant.; 5 — rete venosum dorsale pedis; 6 — v. saphena parva.
Fig. 5. Veins shins and feet (back view): 1 — v. poplitea; 2 — v. saphena parva; 3 — rete venosum plantare.
Fig. 6. Outside and internal vertebral veniplexes (plexus venosi vertebrales ext. et interni).


Fig. 7. Veins of the right half of a thorax: 1 — v cava sup.; 2 — v. azygos; 3 — vv. intercostales post, dext.; 4 — v. intercostalis sup. dext.; 5 — v. brachiocephalica dext.
Fig. 8. Veins of the left half of a thorax: 1 — v. hemiazygos accessoria; 2 — vv. intercostales post, sin.; 3 — v. hemiazygos; 4 — v. brachiocephalica sin.


Fig. 9. Veins of a thorax: 1 — vv. intercostales post. dext, et sin.; 2 — v. hemiazygos; 3 — vv. intercostales ant.; 4 — v. thoracica int.; 5 — v. azygos.
Fig. 10. Veins v. cava inf systems.: 1 — vv. hepaticae; 2 — vv. renales dext, et sin.; 3 — v. cava inf.; 4 — v. iliaca communis dext, et sin.; 5 — vv. lumbales dext.; 6 — v. testiculatis dext. s. ovarica dext.; 7 — v. Suprarenalis dext.; 8 — vv. phrenicae inf.
Fig. 11. Veins hearts; (anterior aspect): 1 — v. cordis magna; 2 — vv. cordis ant.;
Fig. 12. Veins heart (back view): 1 — sinus coronarius; 2 — v. cordis media; 3 — v. posterior ventriculi sinistri; 4 — v. obliqua atrii sinistri.
Fig. 13. Veins of the right lung: 1 — vv. intersegmentales sup. dext.; 2 — v. pulmonalis sup. dext.; 3 — v. lobi medii; 4 — v. pulmonalis inf. dext.; 5 — vv. intersegmentales inf. dext.
Fig. 14. Veins of the left lung: 1 — vv. intersegmentales sup. sin.; 2 — v. pulmonalis sup. sin.; 3 — v. pulmonalis inf. sin.; 4 — vv. intersegmentales inf. sin.


Fig. 15. Veins of a stomach (anterior aspect): 1 — v. portae; 2 — v. gastrica sin.; 3 — v. gastroepiploica dext.
Fig. 16. Veins of intestines: 7 — v. mesenterica sup.; 2 — vv. jejunales et ilei; 3 — v. ileocolica; 4 — v. colica dext.; 5 — v. colica media.
Fig. 17. Veins of a stomach (the back view, a stomach is turned off): 1 — v. gastroepiploica sin.; 2 — vv. gastricae breves; 3 — v. lienalis; 4 — v. gastrica dext.
Fig. 18. Splenic vein and its inflows: 1 — vv. gastricae breves; 2 — v. lienalis; 3 — vv. pancreaticae; 4 — v. mesenterica inf.; 5 — v. portae.
Fig. 19. Veins of an ileocecal corner: 1 — v. ileocolica; 2 — v. appendicularis.
Fig. 20. Roots of a portal vein: 1 — v. portae; 2 — v. lienalis; 3 — v. mesenterica inf.; 4 — v. mesenterica sup.
Fig. 21. Veins pair abdominal organs: 1 — vv. renales dext, et sin.; 2 — v. Suprarenalis dext, et sin.; 3 — v. testicularis s. ovarica dext, et sin.


Fig. 22. Veins of a basin: 1 — v. Iliaca communis; 2 — v. iliaca int.; 3 — vv. gluteae sup.; 4 — vv. gluteae inf.; 5 — v. pudenda int.; 6 — vv. obturatoriae; 7 — v. iliaca ext.
Fig. 23. Veins sacral area: 1 — v. iliaca int.; 2 — plexus venosus sacralis.
Fig. 24. Veins rump: 1 — vv. gluteae sup.; 2 — vv. gluteae inf.; 3 — vv. obturatoriae.
Fig. 25. Veins of a rectum: 1 — v. rectalis sup.; 2 — v. rectalis med.; 5 — vv. rectales inf.; 4 — plexus venosus rectalis.
Fig. 26. Veins uterus: 1 — vv. uterinae; 2 — plexus venosus uterinus.
Fig. 27. Veins of internal men's generative organs: 1 — plexus venosus prostaticus.
Fig. 28. Veins perineal area of the woman: 1 — v. bulbi vestibuli (pi. pudendovaginalis); 2 — v. pudenda int.; 3 — vv. rectales inf.
Fig. 29. Veins of a small egg: 1 — plexus venosus pampiniformis.
Fig. 30. Veins perineal area of the man: 1 — v. pudenda int.; 2 — vv. rectales inf.; 3 — vv. penis; 4 — v. bulbi penis.

1. Adumbilicales, paraumbilical veins, see Paraumbilicales.

2. Advehens, the bringing vein (liver), see Portae.

3. Afferens, the bringing vein (liver), see Portae.

4. Alveolares superiores (BNA), s. alveolares maxillares (JNA), upper alveolar veins. Join v. faciei profunda. Correspond aa. alveolares superiores. Collect blood from gums and upper teeth.

5. Alveolaris inferior (BNA), s. alveolaris mandibularis (JNA), lower alveolar vein (fig. 3). Joins plexus pterygoideus. Corresponds and. alveolaris inferior. Collects blood from the lower teeth, gums and mental area (partially).

6. Alveolaris mandibularis, a mandibular alveolar vein, see Alveolaris inferior.

7. Anales, proctal veins, see Rectales inferiores.

8. Anastomotica inferior (PNA), s. parva (Labbe), lower, or small, anastomotic vein. Joins v. cerebri media (superficialis) and sinus transversus. Corresponds to the lower anastomosis of an average vein of a brain.

9. Anastomotica magna, a big anastomotic vein, see Ophthalmomeningea.

10. Anastomotica superior (PNA), s. magna (Trolard), upper, or big, anastomotic vein. Joins v. cerebri media (superficialis) and sinus sagittalis superior. Corresponds to an upper anastomosis of an average vein of a brain.

11. Angularis (PNA, BNA, JNA), angular vein. Joins v. facialis (fig. 3).

Is formed from small veins of area of a corner between a ridge of the nose and an eye-socket; is in connection with v. ophthalmica superior. Initial part of v. facialis; there corresponds a. angularis.

12. Anguli oris, vein of a corner of a mouth. Joins v. facialis (fig. 3). Collects blood from area of a corner of a mouth.

13. Anonyma (dext, et sin.), an anonymous vein (right and left), see Brachiocephalica (dext, et sin).

14. Anonyma iliaca (Henle), an anonymous ileal vein, see Iliaca communis.

15. Apicalis ramus (PNA), apical branch. Joins v. pulmonalis superior dext. Is formed from pars intrasegmentalis and pars infrasegmentalis (intersegmentalis). Collects blood from an apical segment of the right share.

16. Apicalis (superior) ramus (PNA), apical (upper) branch. Joins: in the right lung in v. pulmonalis inferior dext. (fig. 13). B the left lung — in v. pulmonalis inferior sin. (fig. 14). Is formed from pars intrasegmentalis and pars infrasegmentalis (intersegmentalis). Collects blood from an apical segment of the lower share according to right or the left lung.

17. Anterior ramus (PNA), front branch. In the right lung joins v. pulmonalis superior dext. (fig. 13). In the left lung — in v. pulmonalis superior sin. (fig. 14). Is formed from pars intrasegmentalis and pars infrasegmentalis (intersegmentalis). Collects blood respectively from a front segment of the right and left lung.

18. Appendicis vermiformis, see Appendicularis.

19. Appendicularis (PNA, BNA), appendicis vermiformis, vein of a worm-shaped shoot (fig. 19). Joins v. ileocolica. Collects blood from a worm-shaped shoot.

20. Aquaeductus cochleae, a vein of a water supply system of a snail, see Canaliculi cochleae.

21. Aquaeductus vestibuli (PNA, BNA), s. v. canaliculi vestibuli (JNA), vein of a water supply system of a threshold. Joins v. labyrinthi, sinus petrosus inferior. Collects blood from a threshold and semicircular channels.

22. Aquosae (Ascher), s. vasa efferentia humorem aqueum, water veins, or the vessels which are taking out watery moisture (eyes). Join vv. episclerales, subconjunctivales, conjunctivales. Leave sinus venosus sclerae (Schlemmi). Collect blood in the peculiar small veins (from 1 mm to 1 cm long, from 0,01 to 0,1 mm wide) tied with outflow in venous system of watery moisture and containing either bloody (blood), or watery (humor aquosus) liquid at various functional states.

23. Aquosae venulae (Zlabek), water venules, see Aquosae.

24. Arciformes, the arc-shaped veins, see Arcuatae.

25. Arciformes (renis), the arc-shaped veins (kidneys), see Arcuatae.

26. Arcuatae (PNA), s. arciformes (renis) (BNA), s. arciformes (JNA), the arc-shaped veins. Join vv. interlobares (v. renalis). Are formed from vv. interlobulares (rectae). The arc-shaped anastomosis of intraorganic veins at the basis of cones of kidney.

27. Areus venosus, a venous arch, see Digitales areus venosi, Dorsalis pedis arcus venosus, Juguli arcus venosus, Palmaris profundus arcus venosus, Palmaris superficialis arcus venosus, Plantaris arcus venosus, Volaris profundus arcus venosus, Volaris superficialis arcus venosus.

28. Areolaris plexus (venosus) (PNA), s. mamillae plexus venosus (BNA, JNA), areolar veniplex. Joins v. axillaris (fig. 1). Is formed from small skin veins of the areola mammae area. Collects blood from the pigmented site of an integument of a papilla of the breast.

29. Arteriosa, arterial vein, old name of a pulmonary trunk (truncus pulmonalis).

30. Arteriosa (Soemmerring), an arterial vein, see Portae.

31. Articulares mandibulae (BNA, JNA), see Articulares temporomandibulares.

32.

Articulares temporomandibulares (PNA), articulares mandibulae (BNA, JNA), s. plexus venosus articularis, vein of a temporal and mandibular joint. Join plexus pterygoideus (v. retromandibularis, fig. 3). Collect blood from the veniplex surrounding a joint of a mandible.

33. Articularis genus media, average vein of a knee joint. Joins v. poplitea (fig. 4 and 5). There corresponds a. genus media. Collects blood from a knee joint.

34. Auditivae internae, internal acoustical veins, see Labyrinthi.

35. Auriculares anteriores (PNA, BNA), preauriculares (JNA), front ear veins. Join v. retromandibularis (fig. 3). Collect blood from a front surface of an auricle, outside acoustical pass and ear muscles.

36. Auricularis posterior (PNA, BNA), s. retroauricularis (JNA), back ear vein. Joins v. jugularis externa (fig. 3). There corresponds a. auricularis posterior. Collects blood from venous network of area of a mastoid and from v. emissaria mastoidea.

37. Axillaris (PNA, BNA, JNA), axillary, or axillary, vein (fig. 1). Joins v. subclavia (continuation of v. axillaris). plexus venosus areolaris, v. cephalica, vv is formed. brachiales, v. thoracalis lateralis, vv. thoracoepigastricae. Collects blood from an upper extremity, a shoulder girdle and a breast of the relevant party. There corresponds a. axillaris.

38. Azygos (PNA, BNA), s. thoracica longitudinalis dext. (JNA), s. sine comite, s. sine pari, unpaired vein (fig. t and 7). Joins v. cava superior. Is formed from vv. bronchiales, vv. intercostales posteriores (IV—XI) dext., v. intercostalis superior dext., v. hemiazygos, v. hemiazygos accessoria, v. lumbalis ascendens (dext.), vv. mediastinales, vv. esophageae, vv. pericardiacae, vv. phrenicae superiores, v. subcostalis, plexus venosi vertebrales externi (ant. et post.), plexus venosi vertebrales interni (ant. et post.) Collects blood from tissues of a pristenochny pleura, intercostal spaces, the right side of a diaphragm, from lumbar area, from a gullet, from bronchial tubes, a pericardium, cellulose and limf, nodes of a postmediastinum, from the v. hemiazygos and v. hemiazygos accessoria system.

39. Azygos conarii, unpaired vein of strobiloid gland. Joins v. cerebri int. Collects blood from corpus pineale.

40. Azygos minor superior, an upper small unpaired vein, see Hemiazygos accessoria.

41. Azygos sinistra, the left unpaired vein, see Hemiazygos.

42. Basalis (PNA), s. basalis (Rosenthali) (BNA), s. basialis (JNA), s. basilaris, s. ascendens, basal vein (fig. 2). Joins v. cerebri interna (v. magna cerebri). v. cerebri media profunda, v. striata is formed from v. cerebri anterior. Collects blood from basal kernels (from nuci, lentiformis) hemicerebrums of the relevant party and from the tuber cinereum area; an anastomosis between veins of the basis of a brain and internal brain veins.

43. Basalis communis (PNA), general basal vein. Joins: in the right lung in v. pulmonalis inferior dext. (fig. 13), in the left lung in v. pulmonalis inferior sin. (fig. 14). Is formed from v. basalis superior and v. basalis inferior. Collects blood from basal segments of the lower share according to right and the left lung.

44. Basalis superior (PNA), upper basal vein. Joins v. basalis communis (the right or left lung). Is formed from ramus basalis anterior. Collects blood from basal segments of the lower share (the right or left lung).

45. Basalis inferior (PNA), lower basal vein. Joins v. basalis communis (the right or left lung). Collects blood from basal segments of the lower share (the right or left lung).

46. Basalis anterior ramus (PNA), front basal branch. Joins v. basalis superior (the right or left lung). Is formed from pars intrasegmentalis and pars infrasegmentalis (intersegmentalis). Collects blood from a front basal segment of the lower share (the right or left lung).

47. Basialis, a basal vein, see Basalis.

48. Basialis plexus, a basal texture of the basis of a brain, see Basilaris plexus.

49. Basilaris, a basal vein, see Basalis.

50. Basilaris plexus (PNA, BNA), s. plexus basialis (JNA), basal texture; the veniplex located in the field of a slope and connecting among themselves both cavernous and lower stony sine.

51. Basilica (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. cutanea brachii medialis, s. cutanea ulnaris, medial saphena of a hand (fig. 1). Joins v. brachialis. Is formed from veins of back venous network of a brush (the IV back metacarpal vein). Collects blood from skin and a hypodermic fatty tissue, the elbow party of a back of the hand and area of an eminence of a small finger.

52. Basivertebrales (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. Brescheti, basal and vertebral veins. Join plexus venosi vertebrales interni anteriores. Collect blood from bodies of vertebrae.

53. Brachiales (PNA, BNA, JNA), humeral veins (fig. 1). Join v. axillaris. Are formed from the veins of a forearm and veins accompanying branches of a. brachialis. Collect blood from deep and partially superficial veins of a forearm and a shoulder.

54. Brachiocephalica dextra (PNA, JNA), s. anonyma dextra (BNA), s. innominata, right brachiocephalic vein (fig. 1). Joins v. cava superior. Is formed from vv. bronchiales, cervicalis profunda, intercostalis suprema, jugularis interna dext., mediastinales, esophageae, pericardiacae, pericardiacophrenicae, plexus venosus suboccipitalis, v. subclavia dext., thoracicae internae, tracheales, thymicae, thyroidea inf., vertebralis, vertebralis accessoria. Collects blood from the right half of the head and a neck, from an oblong and spinal cord, from the right shoulder girdle and a free upper extremity, a thymus, a pericardium, a diaphragm, bronchial tubes, a trachea, a throat, a gullet, a thyroid gland, vertebral veniplexes of cervical area, a chest wall (partially), a mammary gland, deep muscles of a neck, from a front wall of a stomach.

55. Brachiocephalica sinistra (PNA, JNA), s. anonyma sinistra (BNA), left brachiocephalic vein (fig. 1, 3 and 8). Joins v. cava superior. Is formed from vv. bronchiales, cervicalis profunda, intercostalis sup. sin., intercostalis suprema, jugularis int. sin., mediastinales, esophageae, pericardiacae, pericardiacophrenicae, plexus venosus suboccipitalis, plexus thyroideus impar, v. subclavia sin., vv. thoracicae int., tracheales, thymicae, v. thyroidea inf., vertebralis. Collects blood from the left half of the head and a neck, from an oblong and spinal cord, from the left shoulder girdle and a free upper extremity, from a throat, a trachea, a gullet, thyroid and thymic glands, a pericardium, cellulose and limf, nodes of a front mediastinum, a diaphragm, a mammary gland, skin and muscles of four upper intercostal spaces, deep muscles of a neck, lobbies of chest and belly walls.

56. Brescheti, Breshe's veins, see Basivertebrales, Diploicae.

57. Bronchiales (PNA), s. bronchiales anteriores et posteriores (BNA), s. broncaiales ventrales et dorsales (JNA), bronchial veins. Join v. azygos (fig. 1), v. hemiazygos, is more rare in brachiocephalica dext. (fig. 7) of et sin. In the field of gate of a lung connect to v. pulmonalis (fig. 13 and 14). Collect blood from bronchial tubes, lungs, from a visceral pleura (area of gate of a lung), bronchial limf, nodes, from a pericardium (partly).

58. Bronchiales anteriores et posteriores, front and back bronchial veins, see Bronchiales.

59. Bronchiales ventralis et dorsalis, ventral and dorsal veins, see Bronchiales.

60. Buccal es, buccal veins (fig. 3). Join v. facialis. Collect blood from m. buccinator.

61. Buccinatoria (Rauber), buccal vein. Joins the vein connecting plexus pterygoideus to v. facialis in a buccal muscle.

62. Bulbi penis (PNA), s. bulbourethrales, s. bulbi urethrae, veins of a bulb of a penis (fig. 30). Join v. pudenda int. (plexus pudendalis). Collect blood from a spongy body (bulb) of a penis; accompany the artery of the same name.

63. Bulbi urethrae, veins of a bulb of a cavernous body of an urethra, see Bulbi penis.

64. Bulbi vestibuli (PNA), vein of a bulb of a threshold (fig. 28). Joins v. pudenda int. (plexus pudendalis). Collects blood from a bulb of a threshold (bulbus vestibuli).

65. Bulbourethrales, bulbous and cavernous veins, see Bulbi penis.

66. Burowi, Burova vein (name of one of large paraumbilical veins). Joins v. portae (at a fruit in v. umbilicalis). Connects to paraumbilical veins (vv. paraumbilicales) and with veins of a front abdominal wall.

67. Canaliculi cochleae (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. aquaeductus cochleae, vein of a tubule of a snail. Joins v. jugularis (bulbus sup.). Collects blood from a snail (inner ear).

68. Canaliculi vestibuli, a vein of a tubule of a threshold, see Aquaeductus vestibuli.

69. Canalis hypoglossi plexus venosus (PNA), s. rete canalis hypoglossi (BNA), s. rete canalis nervi hypoglossi (JNA), veniplex of the channel of a hypoglossal nerve. The venous network surrounding a hypoglossal nerve in canalis hypoglossi. Connects a front vertebral texture to v. jugularis (bulbus sup.).

70. Canalis hypoglossi rete, network of the channel of a hypoglossal nerve, see Canalis hypoglossi plexus venosus.

71. Canalis nervi hypoglossi rete, network of the channel of a hypoglossal nerve, see Canalis hypoglossi plexus venosus.

72. Canalis pterygoidei (PNA, JNA), s. canalis pterygoidei Vidii (BNA), vein of the alate channel. Join plexus pterygoideus (fig. 3). Are formed from small veins of canalis pterygoidei. There correspond a. canalis pterygoidei.

73. Canalis pterygoidei (Vidii), a vein of the alate (vidiyev) channel, see Canalis pterygoidei.

74. Capsulares (renis), kapsulyarny veins (renal capsules). Join v. renalis (fig. 21). Are formed from venulae stellatae, etc. Collect blood from fatty and fibrous renal capsules; connect an anastomosis to branchings of vv. interlobulares.

75. Capsulares (hepatis) (Rauber), kapsulyarny veins of a liver. Join vv. hepaticae (fig. 14). Collect blood from the fibrous capsule of a liver.

76. Cardiacae, cardiac veins, see Cordis.

77. Cardinales anteriores, s. craniales, s. jugulares primitivae (dext, et sin.), front cardinal veins (right and left). Are available only in the embryonal period. Join the general cardinal vein of the relevant party falling into sinus venosus of heart of a germ. Collect blood from cranial department of a body of a germ.

78. Cardinales caudales (dext, et sin.), tail cardinal veins (right and left), see Cardinales posteriores (dext, et sin.).

79. Cardinales craniales, cranial cardinal veins, see Cardinales anteriores.

80. Cardinales posteriores, s. cardinales caudales (dext, et sin.), back cardinal veins (right and left); are available only in the embryonal period. Join the general cardinal vein of the relevant party falling into sinus venosus of heart of a germ. Collect blood from walls of caudal department of a germ.

81. Caroticus internus plexus venosus (PNA, BNA, JNA), internal sleepy veniplex. Connects sinus cavernosus to plexus pterygoideus. The texture surrounds a. carotis int. (in canalis caroticus). Collects blood from walls of a drum cavity.

82. Carpea communicans dorsalis, the back reporting carpal vein. Joins an anastomosis between the III—V metacarpal veins and venous network, the relevant back arterial network of a brush.

83. Caudalis, a tail vein, see Sacralis mediana.

84. Cava ascendens, the ascending vena cava, see Cava inferior.

85. Cava caudalis, a caudal vena cava, see Cava inferior.

86. Cava cranialis, a cranial vena cava, see Cava superior.

87. Cava descendens, the descending vena cava, see Cava superior.

88. Cava inferior (PNA, BNA), s. cava caudalis (JNA), s. cava ascendens, lower vena cava (fig. 10). Joins the right auricle. Is formed from vv. hepaticae, vv. lumbales, vv. phrenicae inferiores, v. ovarica dext., vv. renales, v. Suprarenalis dext., v. testicularis dext., vv. iliacae communes dext, et sin. Collects blood from the lower extremities, walls and bodies of a basin, from walls of an abdominal cavity, from a diaphragm, nek-ry abdominal organs (a liver, kidneys, adrenal glands), from gonads, a spinal cord and its covers (partially).

89. Cava superior (PNA, BNA), s. cava cranialis (JNA), s. cava descendens, upper vena cava (fig. 1 and 7). Joins the right auricle. vv is formed from v. azygos. brachiocephalicae (dext, et sin.). Collects blood from the head, a neck, a shoulder girdle (the right and left parties), upper extremities, walls of a chest cavity, from a spinal cord and its covers (partially); from bodies of a mediastinum.

90. Cava superior sinistra, left upper vena cava. The germinal vein, edges in process of veins is reduced and after the birth remains in the form of lig. v. cavae (sup.) sin., s. plica vestigii. In abnormal cases also after the birth the large venous trunk falling into the right auricle remains.

91. Cavernosae (clitoridis), cavernous (clitoris) veins. Join v. profunda clitoridis. Collect blood from small veins and cavities of cavernous bodies of the clitoris.

92. Cavernosae (penis), cavernous (penis) veins. Join v. profunda penis. Collect blood from small veins and cavities of cavernous bodies of a penis.

93. Cavernosi concharum plexus, cavernous textures of sinks. Join the veniplexes located in a mucous membrane of a nasal cavity (in the field of average and lower nasal sinks).

94. Centrales (PNA, JNA), s. centrales (hepatis) (BNA), s. intralobulares, s. lobulorum hepatis, central veins. Join vv. sublobulares (initial inflows of vv. hepaticae). Collect blood from segments of a liver.

95. Centrales (hepatis), the central veins (liver), see Centrales.

96. Centralis (gl. Suprarenalis) (PNA, BNA), central vein (epinephral gland). Passes into v. Suprarenalis (the relevant party (ny. 21). Is formed from the general trunk of veins of marrow of the adrenal gland leaving its gate. Collects blood from an adrenal gland.

97. Centralis retinae (PNA, BNA, JNA),

central vein of a retina. Joins v. ophthalmica sup. (fig. 3). Is formed from venula macularis inf., venula macularis sup., venula medialis retinae, venula nasalis retinae inf., venula nasalis retinae sup., venula temporalis retinae inf., venula temporalis retinae sup. Collects blood from a retina of an eye.

98. Cephaliea (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. cutanea brachii lateralis, s. cutanea radialis, lateral saphena of a hand (fig. 1). Joins v. axillaris or v. subclavia. Is formed from veins of a back of the hand; from the I back metacarpal vein. Collects blood from a lateral surface of a brush, skin and hypodermic cellulose of an upper extremity.

99. Cephaliea accessoria (PNA, BNA, JNA), additional lateral saphena of a hand. Joins v. cephalica (fig. 1). Is formed from veins of a back of the hand. The non-constant saphena going in parallel v. cephalica.

100. Cephalica interna, an internal head vein, see Jugularis interna.

101. Cephalica pollicis, s. metacarpea dorsalis, big hypodermic (lateral) vein of a thumb (fig. 1). Joins v. cephalica. Is formed from veins of the beam party of a back of the hand [Marginalis radialis (see)]. An initial part of v. cephalica in the area I of an intermetacarpal interval of a back of the hand.

102. Cerebellares inferiores, the lower cerebellar veins, see Cerebelli inferiores.

103. Cerebellares superiores, upper cerebellar veins, see Cerebelli superiores.

104. Cerebelli inferiores (PNA, BNA), s. cerebellares inferiores (JNA), lower veins of a cerebellum. Join sinus transversus (fig. 2 and 3). sigmoideus, occipitalis et petrosus inf. Collect blood from a lower surface of a cerebellum.

105. Cerebelli superiores (PNA, BNA), s. cerebellares superiores (JNA), upper veins of a cerebellum. Join sinus rectus, transversus, petrosus sup., v. cerebri int. (fig. 2 and 3). Collect blood from an upper surface of a cerebellum.

106. Cerebrales, brain veins, cm. Cerebri.

107. Cerebrales inferiores, the lower brain veins, see Cerebri inferiores.

108. Cerebrales internae, internal brain veins, see Cerebri internae.

109. Cerebrales mediae, average brain veins, see Cerebri mediae (superficialis et profunda).

110. Cerebrales superiores, upper brain veins, see Cerebri superiores.

111. Cerebralis magna, a big brain vein, see Cerebri magna.

112. Cerebri (PNA, BNA), s. encephali (JNA), s. cerebrales, brain veins. General name of veins of a brain.

113. Cerebri ascendens, the ascending vein of a brain, see Basalis.

114. Cerebri anterior (PNA, BNA), front brain vein. Joins v. basalis (fig. 2). There corresponds a. cerebri ant. Collects blood from a medial surface of big parencephalons.

115. Cerebri inferiores (PNA, BNA), s. cerebrales inferiores (JNA), lower brain veins of a brain. Join

sinus transversus, petrosus sup., cavernosus, intercavernosus (ant. et post.), v. basalis (fig. 2 and Z). Collect blood from a lower surface and bottoms of a lateral surface of big cerebral hemispheres.

116. Cerebri interna communis, the general internal brain vein, see Cerebri magna.

117. Cerebri internae (PNA, BNA), s. cerebrales int. (JNA), internal brain veins (fig. 2). Join v. cerebri magna. thalamostriata are formed from v. chorioidea. Collect blood from interiors of big cerebral hemispheres (basal kernels), from septum pellucidum and from textures of side ventricles.

118. Cerebri magna (PNA), s. cerebri magna (Galeni) (BNA), s. cerebralis magna (JNA), s. cerebri interna communis, s. Galeni, big brain vein (fig. 2 and 3). Joins sinus rectus. vv is formed from v. basalis. cerebelli inferiores, vv. cerebelli superiores, vv. cerebri internae. Collects blood from interiors of a brain (basal kernels, visual hillocks, a transparent partition), vascular textures of side ventricles, from a cerebellum.

119. Cerebri magna (Galeni), a big brain (galenov) vein, see Cerebri magna.

120. Cerebri mediae, average brain veins, see Cerebri mediae (superficialis et profunda).

121. Cerebri mediae (superficialis et profunda) (PNA), s. cerebri mediae (BNA), s. cerebrales mediae (JNA), s. fossae cerebri lateralis (Sylvii), average brain veins (superficial and deep). Join sinus petrosus superior, sinus cavernosus — fig. 3 (directly or through sinus sphenoparietalis); accept v. anastomotica inf., v. anastomotica sup.

122. Cerebri superiores (PNA, BNA), s. cerebrales superiores (JNA), upper brain veins (fig. 2). Join sinus sagittal is sup. [sinus transversus (partially)]. Collect blood from crinkles of dorsolateral and medial surfaces of big cerebral hemispheres.

123. Cervicalis profunda (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. vertebralis externa, deep cervical vein. Joins v. vertebralis. Collects blood from deep muscles of occipital area and from plexus venosus vertebralis ext.

124. Cervicalis uteri plexus (venosus) (JNA), veniplex of a neck of uterus. Joins vv. uterinae (fig. 26). Is formed from veins of a neck of uterus; develops in time of pregnancy. Collects blood from a neck of uterus.

125. Chorioidea (PNA, JNA), s. chorioidea (cerebri) (BNA), fleecy vein. Joins v. cerebri int. (fig. 2). Collects blood from a vascular texture of a side cerebral cavity.

126. Chorioidea (cerebri), a fleecy vein, see Chorioidea.

127. Chorioideae majores, big vortikozny veins (eyes), see Vorticosae.

128. Chorioideae minores, small vortikozny veins (eyes), see Ciliares.

129. Chorioideae oculi, vortikozny veins of an eye, see Vorticosae.

130. Ciliares (PNA, JNA), s. ciliares anteriores (BNA), ciliary veins. Join v. ophthalmica sup. (fig. Z). Collect blood from an eyeglobe, corpus ciliare, m. ciliaris, sinus venosus sclerae, from episkleralny network and a conjunctiva of an eye (partially).

131. Ciliares (PNA), s. ciliares posteriores (BNA), s. chorioideae minores (JNA), ciliary veins. Join v. ophthalmica sup. (fig. 3), in veins of direct muscles of an eye. Collect blood from an eyeglobe (choroid); from a white (on a circle of an optic nerve).

132. Ciliares anteriores, front ciliary veins, see Ciliares (PNA, JNA).

133. Ciliares posteriores, back ciliary veins, see Ciliares (PNA).

134. Circumflexa ilium profunda (PNA, BNA, JNA), the deep vein which is bending around an ileal bone. Joins v. iliaca ext. (fig. 1). There corresponds a. circumflexa ilium profunda.

135.

Circumflexa ilium superficialis (PNA, BNA, JNA), the superficial vein which is bending around an ileal bone. Joins v. femoralis or v. saphena magna (fig. 4). There corresponds a. circumflexa ilium superficialis.

136. Circumflexae clitoridis, veins which are bending around a clitoris. Join v. cavernosae clitoridis. Collect blood from a clitoris.

137. Circumflexae femoris fibulares, the fibular veins which are bending around a hip see Circumflexae femoris laterales.

138. Circumflexae femoris laterales (PNA, BNA), s. circumflexae femoris fibulares (JNA), the lateral veins which are bending around a hip. Join v. profunda femoris. Collect blood from muscles of a hip (from the deep veins accompanying muscular arteries).

139. Circumflexae femoris mediales (PNA, BNA), s. circumflexae femoris tibiales (JNA), the medial veins which are bending around a hip. Join v. profunda femoris. Collect blood from muscles of a hip (from the deep veins accompanying muscular arteries).

140. Circumflexae femoris tibiales, the tibial veins which are bending around a hip see Circumflexae femoris mediales.

141. Circumflexae penis, veins which are bending around a penis. Join v. dorsalis penis. Collect blood from cavernous bodies of a penis.

142. Colica dextra (PNA, BNA, JNA), right colonic vein (fig. 16). Joins v. mesenterica sup. Collects blood from the ascending (colonic) gut.

143. Colica media (PNA, BNA, JNA), average colonic vein (fig. 16). Pours with I in v. mesenterica sup. Collects blood from ascending colonic (an upper part) and a cross colon.

144. Colica sinistra (PNA, BNA, JNA), left colonic vein. Joins v. mesenterica inf. — fig. 20 (or lienalis). Collects blood from the cross and descending colon.

145. Colicospermaticae (Quain), colonic and seed veins. Join v. testicularis sin. (fig. 1 and 21). Collect blood from the descending colon.

146. Comitans n. hypoglossi (PNA, BNA, JNA), the vein accompanying a hypoglossal nerve. Joins v. lingualis (sublingualis). Accompanies n. hypoglossus. Collects blood from hypoglossal area.

147. Comitantes (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. satellites arteriarum accompanying veins, or the veins accompanying arteries. The general name of the veins accompanying (among two, is more rare than one) the arteries of the same name.

148. Comitantes a. brachialis (PNA), veins accompanying a humeral artery of a. brachialis. by join. axillaris.

149. Comitantes a. interosseae anterioris (PNA), the veins accompanying a front interosseous artery. Join vv. comitantes a. ulnaris — see Interosseae anteriores.

150. Comitantes a. interosseae communis (PNA), the veins accompanying the general interosseous artery see Interosseae communes.

151. Comitantes a. interosseae posterioris (PNA), the veins accompanying a back interosseous artery see Interosseae posteriores.

152. Comitantes a. radialis, veins accompanying a beam artery see Radiales.

153. Comitantes a. ulnaris, veins accompanying an elbow artery see Ulnares. Join vv. comitantes and. brachialis.

154. Communicans magna cerebri, the big reporting vein of a brain, see Ophthalmomeningea.

155. Conari i (Rauber), a vein of strobiloid gland (Rauber), see Corporis pinealis.

156. Conjunctivales (PNA, JNA), s. conjunctivales anteriores et posteriores (BNA), conjunctival veins. Join v. ophthalmica sup. — fig. 3 — (vv. palpebrales et episclerales). Collect blood from a conjunctiva of an eye and a century.

157. Conjunctivales anteriores, front conjunctival veins, see Conjunctivales.

158. Conjunctivales posteriores, back conjunctival veins, see Conjunctivales.

159. Cordis (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. cardiacae, veins of heart (general name of veins of heart). Join sinus coronarius; nek-ry veins — directly in the right auricle. Collect blood from heart (a cardiac muscle, an epicardium, an endocardium), initial departments of an aorta and a pulmonary trunk and tails hollow (top and bottom) and pulmonary veins.

160. Cordis anteriores (PNA, BNA), s. cordis ventrales (JNA), s. coronariae cordis minores, front veins of heart (fig. 11). Join directly the right auricle. Collect blood from walls of conus arteriosus and a front wall of a right ventricle.

161. Cordis magna (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. coronaria magna (cordis), big vein of heart (fig. 11). Joins sinus coronarius, through it the right auricle. Collects blood from a front wall of both ventricles, from an interventricular partition, from a big regional vein of a left ventricle and from small veins of the left auricle.

162. Cordis media (PNA, BNA), s. interventricularis dorsalis (cordis) (JNA), s. interventricularis posterior, s. coronaria cordis dextra posterior, average vein of heart (fig. 12). Joins sinus coronarius or independently the right auricle. Collects blood from walls of the right and left ventricles of heart.

163. Cordis minimae (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. Thebesii, the smallest veins of heart. Join directly the right auricle. Collect blood from walls right and partly the left auricle and their partitions.

164. Cordis parva (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. coronaria dextra, small vein of heart. Joins sinus coronarius (fig. 12) or directly the right auricle, v. cordis magna or v. cordis media. Collects blood from a lobby (changeably) and back walls of a right ventricle and from walls of the right auricle.

165. Cordis ventrales, ventral veins of heart, see Cordis anteriores.

166. Coronaria dextra, the right coronal vein, see Cordis parva.

167. Coronaria cordis dextra posterior, a back right coronal vein of heart, see Cordis media.

168. Coronaria cordis magna, a big coronal vein of heart, see Cordis magna.

169. Coronariae cordis minores, small coronal veins of heart, see Cordis anteriores.

170. Coronaria labii inferioris, a coronal vein of an under lip, see Labialis inferior.

171. Coronaria labii superioris, a coronal vein of an upper lip, see Labialis superior.

172. Coronaria ventriculi inferior, the lower coronal vein of a stomach, see Gastroepiploica dextra.

173. Coronaria ventriculi superior, an upper coronal vein of a stomach, see Gastrica (dextra et sinistra).

174. Corporis callosi, vein of a corpus collosum. Joins sinus cavernosus (fig. 3). Collects blood from a corpus collosum.

175. Corporis callosi anteriores inferiores, lower front veins of a corpus collosum. Join sinus sagittalis inf. (fig. 2). Collect blood from a corpus collosum.

176. Corporis callosi posteriores inferiores, lower back veins of a corpus collosum. Join v. cerebri magna (fig. 2 and 3). Collect blood from a splenium (from its lower surface).

177. Corporis pinealis, s. conarii (Rauber), vein of a pinus. Joins v. cerebri int. Collects blood from an epiphysis of a brain.

178. Corporis striati, a vein of a striate body, see Thalamostriata.

179. Corticales radiatae, cortical beam veins, see Interlobulares.

180. Costoaxillares (BNA, JNA), rebernopodmyshechny veins. Join v. axillaris (fig. 1). Connect to upper intercostal veins (vv. intercostales). Collect blood from 1 — 6 (7) intercostal spaces.

181. Cruralis, a femoral vein, see Femoralis.

182. Cutanea brachii lateralis, a lateral skin vein of a shoulder, see Cephalica.

183. Cutanea brachii medialis, a medial skin vein of a shoulder, see Basilica.

184. Cutanea femoris posterior, a back skin vein of a hip, see Femoropoplitea.

185. Cutanea radialis, a beam skin vein, see Cephalica.

186. Cutanea ulnaris, an elbow skin vein, see Basilica.

187. Cutaneae (BNA, JNA), skin veins. General name of superficial skin (hypodermic) veins. Collect blood from an integument and a hypodermic fatty layer.

188. Cystica (PNA, BNA), s. vesicae felleae, vesical vein. Joins v. portae (fig. 1 and 20). Correspond to e of t a. cystica. Collects blood from walls of a gall bladder.

189. Diaphragmaticae inferiores, the lower phrenic veins, see Phrenicae inferiores.

190. Diaphragmaticae superiores, upper phrenic veins, see Phrenicae superiores. Diaphragmatica plexus venosus, a phrenic veniplex, see Trigonalis plexus venosus.

192. Digitales arcus venosi, manual venous arches. Join the arc-shaped anastomosis of back veins of fingers of a brush.

193. Digitales communes pedis (BNA, JNA), general veins of fingers of foot. Join areus venosus dorsalis pedis (cutaneus). Are formed from vv. digitales dorsales pedis. Collect blood in the general stipitates of veins of a dorsum of fingers of foot (see also Metatarseae dorsales pedis).

194. Digitales dorsales manus, back manual veins of a brush. Join v. metacarpeae dorsales (areus venosus digitalis). Collect blood from a dorsum of fingers of a hand.

195. Digitales dorsales pedis (PNA, JNA), s. digitales pedis dorsales (BNA), back manual veins of foot. Join vv. metatarseae dorsales pedis. Collect blood from a dorsum of toes.

196. Digitales palmares (PNA), s. digitales volares (communes, propriae) (BNA, JNA), palmar manual veins. Join areus venosus palmaris superficialis (fig. 1). Collect blood from the palmar surface of fingers.

197. Digitales pedis dorsales, back manual veins of foot, see Digitales dorsales pedis. Join v. saphena magna et v. saphena parva.

198. Digitales plantares (PNA, BNA, JNA), bottom manual veins. Join vv. metatarseae plantares. Collect blood from the bottom surface of fingers.

199. Digitales volares communes, the general palmar manual veins, see Digitales palmares.

200. Digitales volares propriae, own palmar manual veins, see Digitales palmares.

201. Diploica frontalis (PNA, BNA, JNA), frontal diploichesky vein. Joins sinus sagittalis sup. (fig. 2 and 3) and in veins of area of a forehead: vv. supra trochleares et vv. supraorbitales. Collects blood from diploe of a frontal bone.

202. Diploica occipitalis (PNA, BNA, JNA), occipital diploichesky vein. Joins sinus transversus (fig. 2 and 3) or confluens sinuum and through v. emissaria occipitalis in v. occipitalis. Collects blood from diploe of scales of an occipital bone.

203. Diploica temporalis anterior (PNA, BNA), s. diploica temporalis (JNA), front temporal diploichesky vein. Joins vv. temporales profundae or sinus sphenoparietalis. Collects blood from diploe of parietal and temporal bones.

204. Diploica temporalis media, average temporal diploichesky vein. Joins sinus petrosus sup. Collects blood from diploe of a temporal bone.

205. Diploica temporalis posterior (PNA, BNA), s. diploica temporalis (JNA), back temporal diploichesky vein. sinus transversus (fig. 2 and 3) joins through v. emissaria mastoidea v. auricularis post, or. G gathers blood from diploe of a temporal bone.

206. Diploicae (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. Brescheti, diploichesky veins. The general name of veins diploe of cover bones of a skull, see Diploica frontalis, Diploica occipitalis, Diploica temporalis anterior, Diploica temporalis media, Diploica temporalis posterior.

207. Diploicae temporales, temporal diploichesky veins, see Diploica temporalis anterior, Diploica temporalis posterior.

208. Dorsale manus rete venosum (PNA, BNA, JNA), back venous network of a brush. Joins v. cephalica et basilica (fig. i). Is formed from vv. intercapitales (intercapitulares), vv. metacarpeae dorsales. Collects blood from veins of a dorsum of fingers and area of a shank.

209. Dorsale pedis rete venosum (PNA, BNA, JNA), back venous network of foot (fig. 4). Joins v. saphena magna et v. saphena parva. Is formed from vv. metatarseae dorsales, arcus venosus dorsalis pedis. Collects blood from veins of a dorsum of fingers and area of a metatarsus.

210. Dorsales clitoridis subcutaneae, s. cutaneae, hypodermic (or skin) dorsal veins of a clitoris, see Dorsales clitoridis superficiales.

211. Dorsales clitoridis superficiales (PNA), s. dorsales clitoridis subcutaneae, s. cutaneae (BNA, JNA), superficial dorsal veins of a clitoris. Join v. femoralis (fig. 1 and 4). Collect blood from a clitoris (integument).

212. Dorsales linguae (PNA, BNA, JNA), dorsal veins of language. Join v. lingualis. Collect blood from a back of the tongue.

213. Dorsales penis subcutaneae, s. cutaneae (BNA, JNA), hypodermic (or skin) dorsal veins of a penis, see Dorsales penis superficiales.

214. Dorsales penis superficiales (PNA), s. dorsales penis subcutaneae, s. cutaneae (BNA, JNA), superficial dorsal veins of a penis. Join v. femoralis pudendae ext. Collect blood from an integument of a penis.

215. Dorsales rami (PNA, BNA, JNA), back branches. Join vv. intercostales post. (fig. 9), lumbales. Collect blood from skin and muscles of a back, from a backbone and a spinal cord.

216. Dorsalis clitoridis (PNA, BNA), s. dorsalis clitoridis subfascialis (JNA), dorsal vein of a clitoris. Joins plexus pudendalis (plexus trigonalis). Collects blood from a clitoris.

217. Dorsalis clitoridis subfascialis, a subfascial dorsal vein of a clitoris, see Dorsalis clitoridis.

218. Dorsalis pedis arcus venosus (PNA, BNA, JNA), back venous arch of foot. Joins v. saphena magna et v. saphena parva (fig. 4). Is formed from vv. digitales dorsales pedis, vv. metatarseae dorsales pedis. Is in connection with rete venosum dorsale pedis.

219. Dorsalis penis (PNA, BNA), s. dorsalis penis subfascialis (JNA), s. dorsalis penis profunda (subfascialis), dorsal vein of a penis. Joins plexus pudendalis (plexus trigonalis). Collects blood from cavernous bodies and a balanus, from an integument of a penis.

220. Dorsalis penis profunda (subfascialis), a deep (subfascial) dorsal vein of a penis, see Dorsalis penis.

221. Dorsalis penis subfascialis, a subfascial dorsal vein of a penis, see Dorsalis penis.

222. Dorsalis ventriculi (cordis) sinistri, a dorsal vein of a left ventricle (heart), see Posterior ventriculi sinistri.

223. Ductus venosus (PNA, JNA), s. ductus venosus (Arantii) (BNA), venous channel. Is available during placental blood circulation. The part of v. umbilicalis located in the left longitudinal furrow of a liver on an extent from the left cutting (liver) to v. cava inf. (places of a confluence of an umbilical vein). After the birth zapustevat and turns into a connective tissue tyazh — lig. venosum.

224. Ductus venosus (Arantii), venous (arantsiyev) a channel, see Ductus venosus.

225. Duodenales (BNA, JNA), duodenal veins. Join v. mesenterica sup., partially in v. lienalis. Collect blood from duodenum.

226. Duodenocava plexus venosus, duodenal and caval veniplex. Joins v. cava inf. Collects blood from v. duodenalis.

227. Durae matris, a vein of a firm meninx, see Meningeae.

228. Durales, veins of a firm meninx, see Meningeae.

229. Efferentes which are taking out veins (liver) see Hepaticae dext., med. et sin.

230. Emissaria condylaris (PNA), s. emissarium condyloideum (BNA), s. posterius, s. condylicum (JNA), condylar emissarny vein, or condylar (or back) graduate. Connects (through canalis condylaris) sinus sigmoideus (sinus transversus) and plexus venosi vertebrales externi (ant. et post.).

231. Emissaria mastoidea (PNA), s. emissarium mastoideum (BNA, JNA), mastoidal emissarny vein (fig. 3). Connects through foramen mastoideum of a temporal bone of sinus sigmoideus (sinus transversus) to v. occipitalis or to v. auricularis post., or with an initial part of v. jugularis ext.

232. Emissaria occipitalis (PNA), s. emissarium occipitale (BNA, JNA), an occipital emissarny vein (non-constant) — fig. 3. Connects confluens sinuum or sinus transversus (dext. or sin.) with vv. occipitales.

233. Emissaria parietalis (PNA), s. emissarium parietale (BNA, JNA), s. emissarium Santorini, parietal emissarny vein (fig. 3). Connects (through foramen parietale) sinus sagittalis sup. with veins of parietal area — branches of v. temporalis superficialis.

234. Emissariae (PNA), s. emissaria (BNA, JNA), emissarny veins, or emissariums. The general name of the veins connecting venous bosoms of a firm meninx to superficial (hypodermic) veins of the head see Emissaria condylaris, Emissarium condyloideum anterius, Emissarium foraminis laceri, Emissarium foraminis ovalis, Emissaria mastoidea, Emissaria occipitalis, Emissaria parietalis, Emissarium Santorini.

235. Emissarium condyloideum anterius, front emissarium condylar. Connects a front vertebral veniplex to bulbus sup. v. jugularis int., sinus petrosus inf. through venous network canalis hypoglossi.

236. Emissarium foraminis laceri, emissarium of a lacerated foramen. Joins the sinus cavernosus and plexus pterygoideus connection through foramen lacerum.

237. Emissarium foraminis ovalis, emissarium of an oval opening. Connects sinus cavernosus to plexus pterygoideus through foramen ovale (sometimes and through foramen rotundum) a wedge-shaped bone.

238. Emissarium Santorini, santoriniyev an emissarium, see Emissaria parietalis.

239. Emulgentes, see Renales.

240. Encephali, veins of a brain, see Cerebri.

241. Epididymicae, veins of an epididymis. Join plexus pampiniformis — fig. 29. (v. testicularis). With gather blood from an epididymis (epididymis).

242. Epigastrica caudalis, a caudal epigastriß vein, see Epigastrica inferior.

243. Epigastrica cranialis, a cranial epigastriß vein, see Epigastrica superior.

244. Epigastrica inferior (PNA, BNA), s. epigastrica caudalis (JNA), lower epigastriß vein. Joins v. iliaca ext. (fig. 1). There corresponds a. epigastrica inf. Collects blood from a front abdominal wall (a direct muscle of a stomach).

245. Epigastrica superficialis (PNA, BNA, JNA), superficial epigastriß vein. Joins v. saphena magna or v. femoralis (fig. 4). There corresponds a. epigastrica superficialis. Collects blood from an integument of a front wall of a stomach.

246. Epigastrica (-aye) superior (-es)

(PNA, BNA), s. epigastrica cranialis (JNA), upper epigastriß (epigastriß) a vein (veins). Joins v. thoracica int. (fig. 9). There corresponds a. epigastrica sup. Collects to r about in from veins of a front abdominal wall; from a direct muscle of a stomach.

247. Episclerales (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. subconjunctivales, episkleralny veins. Join v. ophthalmica sup. (fig. 3). Correspond aa. episclerales. Collect blood from a white of an eye.

248. Esophageae (PNA, BNA), s. esophagicae (JNA), veins of a gullet. Join vv. brachioceplialica, azygos, hemiazygos, thyroidea inf. (in cervical area). Form the texture connected in an upper part to a pharyngeal texture, below to veins of a stomach. Collect blood from a gullet.

249. Esophagicae, veins of a gullet, see Esophageae.

250. Ethmoidales (PNA), s. ethmoidales anterior et posterior (BNA), s. ethmoideae anterior et posterior (JNA). Join v. ophthalmica sup. (fig. 3). Correspond aa. ethmoidales (ant. et post.). Collect blood from a mucous membrane of an ethmoidal labyrinth (an upper part of a nasal cavity).

251. Ethmoidales anterior et posterior, front and back trellised veins, see Ethmoidales.

252. Ethmoideae anterior et posterior, front and back trellised veins, see Ethmoidales.

253. Facialis (PNA, JNA), s. facialis anterior (BNA), s. maxillaris externa, facial vein (fig. 1 and 3). Joins v. jugularis int. v. faciei profunda, v. labialis inf is formed from v. angularis., v. labialis sup., vv. nasales ext., v. palatina ext., rr. parotidei, v. palpebrales inf., vv. palpebrales sup., v. submentalis, v. supraorbitalis, vv. supratroclileares. There corresponds a. facialis (with its branches), has connection with veins of an eye-socket. Collects blood from an integument and muscles of area of the person; from parotid and submaxillary sialadens.

254. Facialis anterior (a front facial vein), see Facialis.

255. Facialis communis, general facial vein. Vienna allocated sometimes by the special name (in BNA) and v. facialis which is a non-constant general trunk (ant.) et v. retromandibularis (facialis post.), falling into v. jugularis interna.

256. Facialis posterior, a back facial vein, see Retromandibularis.

257. Facialis profunda, a deep facial vein (Rauber), see Faciei profunda.

258. Faciei profunda (PNA), s. facialis profunda (BNA, JNA), deep vein of the person (fig. 3). Joins v. facialis. Connects plexus pterygoideus to v. facialis.

259. Femorales profundae, deep femoral veins. by join. femorales (fig. 1 and 4). There correspond a. profunda remoris. Collect blood from muscles and other deeply lying formations of a hip.

260. Femoralis (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. cruralis, femoral vein (fig. 1 and 4). Proceeds as v. iliaca ext. Is formed from v. circumflexa ilium superficialis., vv. dorsales clitoridis superficiales (or vv. dorsales penis superficiales), v. epigastrica superficialis, vv. labiales ant., v. profunda femoris, vv. pudendae ext., v. saphena accessoria, v. saphena magna, vv. scrotales ant. Collects blood from deep and saphenas of the lower extremity, skin of external genitals and a front sidewall of a stomach.

261. Femoropoplitea (BNA, JNA), s. cutanea femoris posterior, femoral and subnodal vein (non-constant). Joins v. glutea inf. (it is connected to v. poplitea and v. saphena parva — fig. 5). Collects blood from integuments of area of a back surface of a hip and subnodal area.

262. Fibulares, fibular veins, see Peroneae.

263. Foraminis ovalis plexus venosus (PNA), s. foraminis ovalis rete (BNA, JNA), veniplex of an oval opening. Connects sinus cavernosus to v. plexus pterygoideus. Is in an oval opening, surrounding n. mandibularis; connects to vv. meningeae mediae.

264. Foraminis ovalis rete, network of an oval opening, see Foraminis ovalis plexus venosus.

265. Fossae cerebri lateralis (Sylvii), a vein of a side (silviyevy) hole of a brain, see Cerebri mediae.

266. Frontales, frontal veins, see Supratrochleares.

267. Galeni, Galen's vein, see Cerebri magna.

268. Gastrica (dextra et sinistra) (PNA), s. coronaria ventriculi superior, a gastric vein (right and left) — fig. 15 and 17. In l and in and e of t with I in v. portae. Collects blood from a stomach.

269. Gastricae breves (PNA, BNA, JNA), short gastric veins. Join v. lienalis. Collect blood from a greater cul-de-sac.

270. Gastrocolica, gastrolic vein. The venous trunk which is formed in nek-ry cases from the v. gastroepiploica dextra and v. colica media connection. Joins v. lienalis (fig. 18).

271. Gastroepiploica dextra (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. coronaria ventriculi inferior, right gastroomental vein (fig. 15). Joins v. mesenterica sup. Collects blood from venous network of walls of a stomach (from its big curvature) and from a big epiploon.

272. Gastroepiploica sinistra (PNA, BNA, JNA), left gastroomental vein (fig. 17). Joins v. lienalis. Collects blood from venous network of walls of a stomach (from its big curvature) and from a big epiploon.

273. Gastrolienalis, a gastrosplenic vein, see Lienalis.

274. Genus (PNA), veins of a knee. Join v. poplitea. Correspond aa. genus. Collect blood from a knee joint.

275. Glutaeae caudales, caudal buttock veins, see Gluteae inferiores.

276. Glutaeae craniales, cranial buttock veins, see Gluteae superiores.

277. Gluteae (-a) inferiores (-r) (PNA), s. glutaeae inferiores (BNA), s. glutaeae caudales (JNA), s. ischiadicae, the lower buttock veins (fig. 24). Join in v. iliaca int. Correspond and. glutea int. Collect to r about in from muscles of a rump and partly a back surface of a hip.

278. Gluteae superiores (PNA), s. glutaeae superiores (BNA), s. glutaeae craniales (JNA), upper buttock veins (fig. 22). Join v. iliaca int. There correspond a. glutea sup. Collect blood from muscles of a rump.

279. Haemorrhoidales inferiores, the lower hemorrhoidal veins, see Rectales inferiores.

280. Haemorrhoidalis media, an average hemorrhoidal vein, see Rectalis media.

281. Haemorrhoidalis plexus (venosus), a hemorrhoidal (venous) texture, see Rectalis plexus venosus.

282. Haemorrhoidalis superior, an upper hemorrhoidal vein, see Rectalis superior.

283. Hemiazygos (PNA, BNA), s. thoracica longitudinalis sinistra (JNA), s. azygos sinistra, semi-unpaired vein (fig. 1,8 and 9). Joins v. azygos. Is formed from continuation of v. lumbalis ascendens sin., vv. intercostales post. sin. (VII \XII) XII))), v. hemiazygos accessoria. Collects blood from four — six lower left intercostal spaces and through v. hemiazygos accessoria from five upper left intercostal spaces, from a gullet, bronchial tubes and other formations of a postmediastinum.

284. Hemiazygos accessoria (PNA, BNA), s. thoracica longitudinalis sinistra accessoria (JNA), s. azygos minor superior, an additional semi-unpaired vein (non-constant) — fig. 8. Joins v. azygos or hemiazygos or brachiocephalica sin. (top end). Is formed from vv. intercostales post. sin. (rub — five upper). Collects blood from the II—V upper chest segments (intercostal spaces) of the left side; from vv. bronchiales and veins of a gullet.

285. Hepaticae dext., mediae et sin. (PNA), s. hepaticae (BNA, JNA), s. revehentes, s. efferentes, hepatic veins (fig. 1). Join v. cava inf. Are formed from veins of a parenchyma of a liver (vv. sublobulares). Collect blood from a liver.

286. Hepaticae advehentes bringing hepatic veins. Join the bringing veins of a liver in the germinal period of its development.

287. Hepaticae revehentes which are taking away hepatic veins. Join the taking-out veins of a liver in the germinal period of its development.

288. Hypogastrica, a hypogastric vein, see Iliaca interna.

289. Ilei (PNA), s. intestinales (BNA, JNA), vein of an ileal gut (fig. 16). Join v. mesenterica sup. Correspond aa. ilei. Collect blood from an ileal gut.

290. Ileocolica (PNA, BNA), s. iliocolica (JNA), an ileal and colonic vein (a vein ileal and a colon — fig. 16 and 19). Joins v. mesenterica sup. Is formed from v. appendicularis (etc.). With about and p and e of t blood from trailer department of an ileal gut, from cecum and appendix vermiformis.

291. Iliaca (Henle), an ileal vein, see Iliaca externa.

292. Iliaca communis (dext, et sin.) (PNA, BNA), s. ilica communis (dext, et sin.) (JNA), s. anonyma iliaca (Henle), the general ileal vein (right and left — fig. 1,10 and 22). Joins v. cava inf. Is formed from v. iliaca ext., iliaca int., iliolumbalis sacralis mediana. Collects blood from the lower extremity, external genitals, from area of a crotch, from walls and bodies of a basin, a front wall of a stomach.

293. Iliaca externa (PNA, BNA), s. ilica externa (JNA), s. iliaca (Henle), outside ileal vein (fig. 22). Joins iliaca communis. v. epigastrica inf is formed from v. circumflexa ilium profunda. Collects blood from the lower extremity, external genitals and a front wall of a stomach.

294. Iliaca interna (PNA), s. hypogastrica (BNA), s. ilica interna (JNA), internal ileal vein (fig. 22). Joins v. iliaca communis. v. dorsalis clitoridis, v. dorsalis penis, vv is formed from v. bulbi penis. gluteae inf., vv. gluteae sup., vv. labiales post., vv. obturatoriae, vv. profundae clitoridis, vv. profundae penis, v. pudenda int., vv. rectales inf., vv. rectales mediae, vv. sacrales laterales, vv. scrotales, vv. uterinae, vv. vesicales, v. vestibuli, plexus venosus prostaticus, plexus venosus rectalis, plexus venosus sacralis, plexus venosus uterinus, plexus venosus vaginalis, plexus venosus vesicalis. Collects blood from walls and bodies of a basin (a bladder, a pelvic part of an ureter, a uterus, a rectum, etc.).

295. Ilica communis (dext, et sin.), the general ileal vein (right and left), see Iliaca communis (dext, et sin.).

296. Ilica externa, an outside ileal vein, see Iliaca externa.

297. Ilica interna, an internal ileal vein, see Iliaca interna.

298. Iliocolica, an ileal and colonic vein, see Ileocolica.

299. Iliolumbalis (PNA, BNA, JNA), iliolumbar vein. Joins v. iliaca communis — fig. of 1 (v. iliaca interna). Corresponds and. iliolumbalis. Collects blood from lumbar area and from an ileal pole.

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300... Innominata, an anonymous vein, see Brachiocephalica dextra.

301. Intercapitales (PNA), s. intercapitulares (manus) (BNA), s. intercapitulares (JNA), intercapitate veins of a brush (fig. 1). Join rete venosum dorsale manus. Collect blood from palmar venous network of fingers (have an anastomosis with back veins, bending around the main phalanxes).

302. Intercapitales (PNA), s. intercapitulares (pedis) (BNA), s. intercapitulares (JNA), intercapitate veins (feet). Join rete venosum dorsale pedis (fig. 4). Are formed from vv. digitales plantares (are connected with rete venosum plantare). Collect blood from bottom manual veins and bottom venous network (go to veins of the back of foot).

303. Intercapitulares, intercapitate veins, see Intercapitales (brushes).

304. Intercapitulares, intercapitate veins, see Intercapitales (feet).

305. Intercapitulares (manus), intercapitate veins (brushes), see Intercapitales (brushes).

306. Intercapitulares (pedis), intercapitate veins (feet), see Intercapitales (feet).

307. Intercostales (dext, et sin.), intercostal veins (right and left), see Intercostales posteriores (IV—XI) (dext, et sin.).

308. Intercostales anteriores (PNA), s. rami intercostales (BNA, JNA), front intercostal veins (fig. 9). Join v. thoracica int. Collect blood from pectoral and intercostal muscles (in front and side departments of a thorax), from a mammary gland (partially) and an integument.

309. Intercostales posteriores (IV—XI) (de with t. et sin.) (PNA), s. intercostales (dextrae et sinistrae) (BNA, JNA), back intercostal (IV—XI) veins (right and left) — fig. 7,8 and 9. Join v. azygos (on the right), hemiazygos and hemiazygos accessoria (at the left). Collect blood from a chest wall (the right and left side), from chest department of a spinal cord and its covers, an integument and muscles of a back.

310. Intercostales rami, intercostal branches, see Intercostales anteriores.

311. Intercostalis posterior XII, back, XII, an intercostal vein, see Subcostalis.

312. Intercostalis superior dextra (PNA), right upper intercostal vein (fig. 7). Joins v. azygos. Collects blood from the first intercostal space of the right side.

313. Intercostalis superior sinistra (PNA), left upper intercostal vein. Vlivayetsyav v. brachioceplialica sin. (fig. 1 and 8). Collects blood from the first intercostal space on the left side.

314. Intercostalis suprema (dext, et sin.) (PNA, BNA, JNA), the top-most intercostal vein. Joins v. brachiocephalica sin. (at the left — fig. 1 and 8), brachiocephalica dext. or cava sup. (on the right). Is formed from vv. intercostales post. (I \III) III))) (dext, et sin.). Collects blood from the I—III upper chest segments (the right and left side), at the left also from a bronchial tube.

315. Interlobares (PNA, JNA), s. interlobares (renis) (BNA), interlobar veins. Join v. renalis (fig. 21). Are formed from vv. arcuatae, vv. interlobulares, venulae rectae, venulae stellatae. Correspond to intraorganic branches (aa. interlobares) of a. renalis. Collect blood from a parenchyma of a kidney.

316. Interlobares (renis), interlobar veins (kidneys), see Interlobares.

317. Interlobulares (PNA, JNA), s. interlobulares (hepatis) (BNA), interlobular veins (liver). Branchings of v. portae — fig. 1 (in a liver); branch in interlobular partitions of a liver and send branches in segments.

318. Interlobulares (PNA), s. interlobulares (renis) (BNA), s. corticales radiatae (JNA), interlobular veins (kidneys). Join vv. arcuatae (vv. interlobares). Collect blood from cortical substance of a parenchyma of a kidney.

319. Interlobulares (hepatis), interlobular veins (liver), see Interlobulares (liver).

320. Interlobulares (renis), interlobular veins (kidneys), see Interlobulares (kidneys).

321. Interosseae anteriores (PNA), interosseae volares (BNA), comitantes a. interosseae anterioris, front interosseous veins (fig. 1). Join vv. interosseae communes. Collect blood from deep muscles of a palmar surface of a forearm.

322. Interosseae communes (PNA, BNA), comitantes a. interosseae communis, general interosseous veins. Join v. ulnaris, (fig. 1). Collect blood from deep muscles of a forearm (palmar and dorsal surfaces).

323. Interosseae dorsales (PNA). Join vv. interosseae communes. Collect blood from deep muscles of a dorsum of a forearm, comitantes a. interosseae posterioris, back interosseous veins (PNA), interosseae dorsales (BNA).

324. Interosseae metacarpeae dorsales, back metacarpal interosseous veins, see Metacarpeae dorsales.

325. Interosseae metacarpeae volares, palmar metacarpal interosseous veins, see Metacarpeae palmares.

326. Interosseae volares, palmar interosseous veins, see Interosseae anteriores.

327. Interventricularis dorsalis cordis, a dorsal interventricular vein of heart, see Cordis media.

328. Interventricularis posterior, a back interventricular vein, see Cordis media.

329. Intervertebrales (PNA, BNA, JNA), intervertebral veins. Join vv. vertebralis, intercostales post. (fig. 7), lumbales (fig. 10), sacralis lateralis. Are formed from internal vertebral veniplexes. Collect blood from a spinal cord and its covers.

330. Intestinales (BNA, JNA), s. jejunoileae, intestinal veins. Join v. mesenterica sup. — fig. 20 (see also Jejunales, Ilei). Collect blood from a small bowel (a lean and ileal gut).

331. Intralobulares, intra lobular veins, see Centrales.

332. Ischiadicae, sciatic veins, see Gluteae inferiores.

333. Jejunales (PNA), s. intestinales (BNA, JNA), vein of a jejunum. Join v. mesenterica sup. Correspond aa. jejunales. Collect blood from a jejunum.

334. Jejunoileae, veins of lean and ileal guts, see Intestinales, and also Jejunales, Ilei.

335. Jugulares primitivae (dext. et sin.), jugular (primary) veins (right and left), see Cardinales anteriores.

336. Jugularis anterior (PNA, BNA), s. jugularis superficialis ventralis (JNA), s. superficialis colli verticalis, s. subcutanea colli anterior, front jugular vein (fig. 3). Joins areus venosus juguli (v. jugularis ext.). Is formed from skin veins of mental area. Collects blood from an integument and muscles of an under lip, mental and nadpodjyazychny (regio suprahyoidea) of areas.

337. Jugularis communis, the general jugular vein, see Jugularis interna.

338. Jugularis externa (PNA, BNA), s. jugularis superficialis dorsalis (JNA), outside jugular vein (fig. 1 pi 3). Joins v. subclavia (or v. brachiocephalica of the relevant party). Is formed from vv. auricularis post., jugularis ant., occipitalis, suprascapularis, transversae colli (arcus venosus juguli). Collects blood from pozadiushny area, partially from occipital area, from v. jugularis ant., v. transversae colli et suprascapularis.

339. Jugularis interna (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. jugularis communis, s. cephalica interna, internal jugular vein (fig. 1). Joins brachioceplialica (the relevant party). Is formed from vv. canaliculi cochleae, lingualis, meningeae, pharyngeae (plexus pharyngeus), facialis, retromandibularis, thyroidea sup. et med., accepts blood from sinus sigmoideus (the relevant party). Collects blood from a head cavity (from a brain and its firm cover), directly from sinus sigmoideus (through it from venous sine of a firm meninx), from a labyrinth of an inner ear (from a snail), from area of the person tv. facialis), from a veniplex of a throat, from language, a throat, thyroid and parathyroids (v. thyroidea sup.), from hypoglossal and submaxillary glands, muscles of a neck.

340. Jugularis superficialis dorsalis, a dorsal superficial jugular vein, see Jugularis externa.

341. Jugularis superficialis ventralis, a ventral superficial jugular vein, see Jugularis anterior.

342. Juguli areus venosus (PNA, BNA, JNA), jugular venous arch. The large arc-shaped anastomosis connecting vv. jugulares ext. (dext, et sin.) and vv. jugulares ant. (dext, et sin). Is formed from vv. jugulares ant. (dext, et sin.).

343. Labiales (labiorum pudendi), a vein of vulvar lips, see Labiales anteriores, Labiales posteriores.

344. Labiales anteriores (PNA, BNA), s. labiales (labiorum pudendi) (JNA), front veins of vulvar lips. Join v. femoralis — fig. 4 (pudendae externae). There correspond rr. labiales anteriores (. pudendae ext.). Collect blood from big vulvar lips.

345. Labiales posteriores (PNA, BNA), s. labiales (labiorum pudendi) (JNA), back veins of vulvar lips. Join v. pudenda int. (fig. 28). There correspond rr. labiales post. (. pudendae int.). Collect blood from big vulvar lips.

346. Labialis inferior (PNA, BNA), s. labialis mandibularis (JNA), s. coronaria labii inferioris, lower lip vein. Joins v. facialis (fig. 3). Collects blood from an integument and muscles of an under lip.

347. Labialis mandibularis, a mandibular lip vein, see Labialis inferior.

348. Labialis maxillaris, a maxillary lip vein, see Labialis superior.

349. Labialis media, average lip vein. Joins v. facialis (fig. 3). Collects blood from area of a corner of a mouth (the relevant party).

350. Labialis superior (PNA, BNA), s. labialis maxillaris (JNA), s. coronaria labii superioris, upper lip vein. Joins v. facialis (fig. 3). Collects blood from an integument and muscles of an upper lip.

351. Labyrinthi (PNA, JNA), s. auditivae internae (BNA), vein of a labyrinth. Join sinus petrosus inf. Collect blood from a snail, an acoustical nerve, walls of internal acoustical pass, from a threshold of a labyrinth.

352. Lacrimalis (PNA, BNA, JNA), vein of the lacrimal gland. Joins v. ophthalmica sup. (fig. 3). There corresponds a. lacrimalis. Collects blood from the lacrimal gland and outside muscles of an eye.

353. Laryngea inferior (PNA, BNA), s. laryngica caudalis (JNA), lower guttural vein. Joins plexus thyroideus impar (through it in v. brachiocephalica sin. — fig. 1). Corresponds and. laryngea inf. (can form a texture). Collects blood from a lower part of a throat.

354. Laryngea superior (PNA, BNA), s. laryngica cranialis (JNA), upper guttural vein. Joins in at. lingualis or v. thyroidea sup., v. jugularis int. There corresponds a. laryngeae sup. (fig. 3). Collects blood from an upper part and from interiors of a throat (from a mucous membrane and so forth).

355. Laryngica caudalis, a caudal guttural vein, see Laryngea inferior.

356. Laryngica cranialis, a cranial guttural vein, see Laryngea superior.

357. Lienalis (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. gastrolienalis, s. splenica, splenic vein (fig. 1,17, 18 and 20). Joins v. portae. Is formed from vv. gastricae breves, v. gastroepiploica sin., v. mesenterica inf., vv. pancreaticae. Collects blood from a spleen, partially from a stomach, a big epiploon, a pancreas, a duodenum, the descending colon (an upper part), from a rectum through connection with v. mesenterica inf.

358. Ligamenti teretis hepatis, veins of a round ligament of liver, see Paraumbilicales.

359. Linguales profundae, deep lingual veins, see Profundae linguae.

360. Lingualis (PNA, BNA, JNA), lingual vein. Joins v. jugularis int. (fig. 1 and 3). Is formed from vv. comitantes n. hypoglossi, vv. dorsales linguae, laryngea sup., profunda linguae, v. Sternocleidomastoidea, v. sublingualis, vv. thyroideae mediae, v. thyroidea sup. There corresponds a. lingualis. Collects blood from language, from gl. sublingualis, gl. submandibularis, from a throat and a thyroid gland (partially and it is changeable).

361. Lingularis ramus (PNA), lingular branch. Joins v. pulmonalis superior sin. (fig. 14). Is formed from pars superior and pars inferior. Collects blood from top and bottom lingular segments of an upper share of the left lung.

362. Lobi medii ramus (PNA), a vein (branch) of an average share (the right lung — fig. 13). Joins v. pulmonalis sup. dext. pars medialis is formed from pars lateralis. Collects blood from segments of an average share of the right lung.

363. Lobulorum hepatis, veins of segments of a liver, see Centrales.

364. Lumbales (I and II) (PNA, BNA,JNA), s. transversae, lumbar (I and II) veins (fig. 10). Join v. lumbalis ascendens (the relevant party). Correspond aa. lumbales (I and II). Collect blood from muscles of a back, back and side walls of a stomach, from a backbone, from a spinal cord and its covers.

365. Lumbales (III and IV) (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. transversae, lumbar (III and IV) veins. Join v. cava inf. Correspond aa. lumbales (III and IV). Collect blood from muscles of a back, back and side walls of a stomach, from a backbone, from a spinal cord and its covers.

366. Lumbalis ascendens (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. lumbocostalis, the ascending lumbar vein. hemiazygos (at the left) — fig. 1 joins v. azygos (on the right); optional versions. Is formed from vv. lumbales (I and II) relevant party. Connects lumbar veins (vv. lumbales) of the relevant party among themselves (sometimes with v. iliaca communis).

367. Lumbocostalis, a lumbocostal vein, see Lumbalis ascendens.

368. Macularis inferior venula (PNA, BNA, JNA), lower venule of a spot (yellow) retinas. Joins v. centralis retinae. Collects blood from area of a macula lutea of a retina of an eye.

369. Macularis superior venula (PNA, BNA, JNA), upper venule of a spot (yellow) retinas. Joins v. centralis retinae. Collects blood from area of a macula lutea of a retina of an eye.

370. Magna Galeni, a big vein of Galen, see Cerebri magna.

371. Malleolares, lodyzhkovy veins. Join vv. tibiales. Collect blood from area of anklebones.

372. Mamillae plexus venosus (BNA, JNA), a veniplex of a papilla of the breast, see Areolaris plexus (venosus).

373. Mammaria (-ae) interna (-ae), an internal vein(s) of a mammary gland, see Thoracica interna.

374. Marginalis lateralis, lateral regional vein. Joins v. saphena parva (fig. 4). Is formed from veins of rete venosum dorsale pedis. Collects blood from area of lateral edge of foot.

375. Marginalis medialis, medial regional vein. Joins v. saphena magna (fig. 4). Is formed from veins of rete venosum dorsale pedis. Collects blood from area of medial edge of foot.

376. Marginalis radialis, beam regional vein. Joins v. metacarpea dorsalis. Is formed from small veins of beam edge of a back of the hand.

377. Marginalis ulnaris, elbow regional vein. Joins v. metacarpea dorsalis IV. Is formed from small veins of elbow edge of a back of the hand.

378. Marginalis ventriculi sinistri (Gruber), regional vein of a left ventricle. Joins v. cordis magna (fig. 12). Collects blood from a left ventricle of heart.

379. Marshalli, Marshall vein, see Obliqua atrii sinistri.

380. Massetericae, veins of a masseter. Join v. facialis (plexus pterygoideus — fig. 3). There correspond a. masseterica. Collect blood from m. masseter.

381. Maxillaris (-es) (PNA, JNA), s. maxillaris interna, a maxillary vein. Joins v. retromandibularis (fig. 3). Corresponds almost throughout and. maxillaris (with its branches); the branches making it form plexus pterygoideus. With about and-rayet blood from masseters (mm. masseter, temporalis, pterygoideus med. et lat.), an upper jaw, upper teeth, from a buccal muscle, a firm meninx, a mandible.

382. Maxillaris externa, an outside maxillary vein, see Facialis.

383. Maxillaris interna, an internal maxillary vein, see Maxillaris.

384. Medialis retinae venula (PNA, BNA, JNA), medial venule of a retina. Joins v. centralis retinae. Collects blood from a retina of an eye.

385. Mediana antebrachii (PNA, JNA), s. mediana antibrachii (BNA), median vein of a forearm. Joins v. mediana cubiti or v. basilica and cephalica (fig. 1). There are various options of the relations of v. mediana antebrachii to other veins of elbow area and a forearm. Collects blood from back venous network of a brush.

386. Mediana antibrachii, a median vein of a forearm, see Mediana antebrachii.

387. Mediana basilica (PNA, BNA, JNA), median medial saphena (non-constant). Joins v. basilica — fig. 1 (or v. mediana cubiti). Collects blood from hypodermic network of a forearm of elbow area.

388. Mediana cephalica (PNA, BNA, JNA), median lateral saphena (non-constant). Joins v. cephalica (fig. 1). Collects blood from hypodermic network of a forearm (in elbow area).

389. Mediana colli (BNA, JNA), median vein of a neck. Joins areus venosus juguli — fig. 1 (v. jugularis ext.). The non-constant unpaired vein replacing the right and left front jugular veins (vv. jugulares ant., dext, et sin.).

390. Mediana communis, the general median vein, see Mediana cubiti.

391. Mediana cubiti (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. mediana communis, median elbow vein (fig. 1). A large anastomosis in elbow area (pole) between v. cephalica and v. basilica. Is formed from v. mediana antebrachii.

392. Mediana profunda, deep median vein (non-constant). Joins v. mediana antebrachii. Connects v. mediana antebrachii, mediana cephalica and mediana basilica to deep veins of a forearm.

393. Medianae medullae spinalis anteriores, front median veins of a spinal cord, see Spinales externae anteriores.

394. Medianae medullae spinalis posteriores, back median veins of a spinal cord, see Spinales externae posteriores.

395. Mediastinales (PNA), s. mediastinales anteriores (BNA), s. mediastinales ventrales (JNA), mediastinal veins. Join v. brachiocephalica (fig. 1). Collect blood from cellulose and limf, nodes of a front mediastinum; partially from an upper surface of a diaphragm.

396. Mediastinales (PNA), s. mediastinales posteriores (BNA), s. mediastinales dorsales (JNA), mediastinal veins. Join v. azygos — fig. 1 (hemiazygos). Collect blood from bodies of a postmediastinum.

397. Mediastinales anteriores, front mediastinal veins, see Mediastinales.

398. Mediastinales dorsales, dorsal mediastinal veins, see Mediastinales.

399. Mediastinales posteriores, back mediastinal veins, see Mediastinales.

400. Mediastinales ventrales, ventral mediastinal veins, see Mediastinales.

401. Meningeae (PNA, BNA), s. meningicae (JNA), s. durae matris, s. durales, Meningeal veins. Join jugularis int. (nearby sine, either sinus cavernosus, or sinus sphenoparietalis); plexus pterygoideus. Collect blood from a firm cover of a brain.

402. Meningeae mediae (PNA, BNA), s. meningicae mediae (JNA), average Meningeal veins. Join plexus pterygoideus — fig. of 3 (v. retromandibularis). There correspond a. meningea media. Collect blood from a firm cover of a brain (its most part).

403. Meningicae, Meningeal veins, see Meningeae.

404. Meningicae mediae, average Meningeal veins, see Meningeae mediae.

405. Mentalis, mental vein. Joins jugularis ant. Collects blood from an integument of mental area.

406. Mesaraica, a mesenteric vein, see Mesenterica superior.

407. Mesenterica caudalis, a caudal mesenteric vein, see Mesenterica inferior.

408. Mesenterica cranialis, a cranial mesenteric vein, see Mesenterica superior.

409. Mesenterica inferior (PNA, BNA), s. mesenterica caudalis (JNA), s. mesenterica parva, lower mesenteric vein (fig. 1, 18 and 20). Joins v. lienalis or directly v. portae (sometimes in v. mesenterica sup.). Is formed from vv. colica sin., rectalis sup., sigmoideae. Collects blood from colon descendens, colon sigmoideum, from an upper part of rectum.

410. Mesenterica magna, a big mesenteric vein, see Mesenterica superior.

411. Mesenterica parva, a small mesenteric vein, see Mesenterica inferior.

412. Mesenterica superior (PNA, BNA), s. mesenterica cranialis (JNA), s. mesenterica magna, s. mesaraica, upper mesenteric vein (fig. 1 and 20). Joins v. portae. colica media, gastroepiploica dextra, ileocolica, jejunales, ileae, pancreaticae, pancreaticoduodenal es is formed from v. colica dextra. Collects blood from a small bowel (lean and ileal), from duodenal, a pancreas (partially), from the caecum and a worm-shaped shoot ascending, a cross colon, from a stomach and a big epiploon (partially).

413. Metacarpea dorsalis I (the I back metacarpal vein), see Cephalica pollicis.

414. Metacarpea dorsalis IV, s. metacarpica dorsalis IV, s. salvatella, IV back metacarpal vein. Joins v. basilica (fig. 1). Is formed one of veins of back network of a brush, originative v. basilica, of veins of the elbow party of a back of the hand [Marginalis ulnaris (see)].

415. Metacarpeae dorsales (PNA, BNA), s. metacarpicae dorsales (JNA), s. interosseae metacarpeae dorsales, back metacarpal veins. Join rete venosum dorsale manus (fig. 1). Are formed from the back venous arches of a brush located at the basis of fingers. Collect blood from turned one to another (beam and elbow) sides of fingers of a brush (from back manual veins).

416. Metacarpeae palmares (PNA), s. metacarpeae volares (BNA), s. metacarpicae volares (JNA), s. interosseae metacarpeae volares, palmar metacarpal veins. Join areus venosus palmaris profundus. Correspond aa. metacarpeae palmares. Collect blood from palmar and side surfaces of fingers.

417. Metacarpeae volares, palmar metacarpal veins, see Metacarpeae palmares.

418. Metacarpicae dorsales, back metacarpal veins, see Metacarpeae dorsales.

419. Metacarpicae volares, palmar metacarpal veins, see Metacarpeae palmares.

420. Metatarseae dorsales pedis (PNA, BNA, JNA), plusnevy back veins of foot. Join areus venosus dorsalis pedis (the vv system. tibiales ant.). Are formed from vv. digitales dorsales pedis. Collect blood by the general stipitates of veins from a dorsum of fingers of foot (see also Digitales communes pedis).

421. Metatarseae plantares (PNA, BNA, JNA), bottom plusnevy veins. Join areus venosus plantaris (the vv system. tibiales post.). Are formed from vv. digitales plantares. Collect blood from the bottom surface of fingers and a metatarsus.

422. Musculares (v. ophthalmicae) (BNA), s. musculares (JNA), muscular veins. Join v. ophthalmica sup. (fig. 3). Collect blood from direct and oblique muscles of an eye.

423. Musculophrenicae (PNA, BNA), muscular and phrenic veins. Join vv. thoracicae internae (fig. 3). There correspond a. musculophrenica. Collect blood from a diaphragm.

424. Nasales externae (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. nasales laterales, outside nasal veins. Join v. facialis (fig. 3). Collect blood from an integument and muscles (area) of a nose.

425. Nasales internae (v. retromandibularis) (JNA), internal nasal veins (zachelyustny vein). v. retromandibularis (fig. 3) join plexus pterygoideus. Collect blood from a mucous membrane of a nasal cavity.

426. Nasales laterales, lateral nasal veins, see Nasales externae.

427. Nasalis posterior, a back nasal vein, see Sphenopalatina.

428.

Nasalis retinae inferior venula (PNA, BNA, JNA), lower nasal venule of a retina. Joins v. centralis retinae. Collects blood from the lower site of a nasal half of a retina of an eye.

429. Nasalis retinae superior venula (PNA, BNA, JNA), upper nasal venule of a retina. Joins v. centralis retinae. Collects blood from the upper site of a nasal half of a retina of an eye.

430. Nasofrontalis (PNA, BNA, JNA), nasofrontal vein. Joins v. ophthalmica sup. Collects blood from area of a forehead, a root of a nose.

431. Nutriciae ossium «feeding» veins of bones. Join veins near the corresponding bones. Correspond aa. nutriciae ossium. Collect blood from substance of bones.

432. Obliqua atrii sinistri (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. Marschalli (BNA), slanting vein of the left auricle (fig. 12). Joins v. cordis magna or sinus coronarius (sometimes in the right auricle). Vienna on a back wall of the left auricle (the rest of the end of the left kyuvyerov of a channel of the germinal period), often on its place is available only connective tissue tyazh — lig. venae cavae sin. In nek-ry cases (abnormal) remains in the form of a large venous trunk — v. cava sup. sin. Collects blood from a back wall of the left auricle.

433. Obturatoriae (PNA, BNA, JNA), locking veins (fig. 22 and 24). Join v. iliaca int. There correspond a. obturatoria. Collect blood from adductors of a hip; from a scrotum (at men) or from big pudental lips (at women).

434. Occipitalis (PNA, BNA, JNA), occipital vein (fig. 3). Joins v. jugularis ext. (plexus venosus vertebralis ext.). With a. occipitalis replies. Collects blood from occipital area; in the presence of v. emissaria occipitalis-from confluens sinuum or sinus transversus.

435. Omphaloentericae, umbilical and intestinal veins, see Omphalomesentericae.

436. Omphalomesentericae, s. omphaloentericae, s. vitellinae, umbilical and mesenteric veins. The veins existing only in the germinal period and tied with vitelline blood circulation. Correspond and. Omphalomesenterica. Collect blood from a vitellicle (saccus vitellinus) through an umbilical ring in venous system of a germ.

437. Ophthalmica inferior (PNA, BNA, JNA), lower orbital vein (fig. 3). Joins v. ophthalmica superior or sinus cavernosus (v. facialis). Is in connection with plexus pterygoideus. Collects blood from the lacrimal gland, a lower eyelid, from muscles of an eye (mm. rectus lat., rectus inf., obliquus inf.).

438. Ophthalmica superior (PNA, BNA, JNA), upper orbital vein (fig. 3). Joins sinus cavernosus. Is formed from vv. centralis retinae, ciliares, conjunctivales, episclerales, ethmoidales, lacrimalis, nasofrontalis, ophthalmica inf., palpebrales, vorticosae (vv. chorioideae oculi). There corresponds a. ophthalmica. Collects blood from an eyeglobe (from vascular, iridescent, mesh covers and a sclera), from the lacrimal gland, muscles of an eye (mm. rectus sup., rectus medialis obliquus sup.), from an upper eyelid and area of a forehead, from an ethmoidal labyrinth (the relevant party).

439. Ophthalmomeningea (BNA), s. ophthalmomeningica (JNA), s. communicans magna cerebri, s. anastomotica magna, orbital and meningeal vein. Joins v. ophthalmica sup. (fig. 3), is more rare in v. ophthalmica inf. or in sinus petrosus inf. An anastomosis between veins of a great brain and an eye-socket.

440. Ophthalmomeningica, an orbital and meningeal vein, see Ophthalmomeningea.

441. Ovarica (PNA, BNA, JNA), vein of an ovary (fig. 10 and 21). Joins v. cava inf. (on the right) and v. renalis (at the left). Is formed from plexus ovaricus. Collects blood from an ovary (the relevant party), an oviduct (partially) and a round ligament of a uterus.

442. Ovaricus plexus [venosus], texture (venous) ovary. Joins v. ovarica (fig. 10) and connects to plexus uterinus, plexus pampiniformis is similar. Collects blood from an ovary and an oviduct (partially).

443. Palatina, a palatal vein, see Palatina externa.

444. Palatina externa (PNA), s. palatina (BNA, JNA), outside palatal vein. Joins v. facialis (fig. 3). There corresponds a. palatina ascendens. Collects blood from area of a palatine tonsil from a soft palate (an upper part), from a sidewall of a throat.

445. Palmare rete venosum (PNA), s. volare rete venosum (BNA, JNA), palmar venous network. Is formed from skin veins of a palmar surface of a brush.

446. Palmaris profundus areus venosus (PNA), s. arcus volaris venosus profundus (BNA, JNA), deep palmar venous arch. Joins deep veins of a forearm (vv. ulnaris et radialis — fig. 1), connects to rete venosum dorsale manus. Is formed from vv. metacarpeae palmares. There corresponds arcus palmaris profundus. Collects blood from interosseous muscles of a palm.

447. Palmaris superficialis areus venosus (PNA), s. volaris venosus superficialis arcus (BNA, JNA), superficial palmar venous arch (fig. 1). Joins vv. ulnaris et radialis. Is formed from vv. digitales palmares. There corresponds areus arteriosus palmaris superficialis. Collects blood from the palmar surface of fingers.

448. Palpebrales (PNA, BNA, JNA), veins century. Join v. ophthalmica sup. (fig. 3). Collect blood from top and bottom eyelids.

449. Palpebrales inferiores (PNA, BNA, JNA), lower veins century. Join v. facialis (fig. 3). Are formed from venous network of a century. Collect blood from a lower eyelid.

450. Palpebrales superiores (PNA, BNA, JNA), upper veins century. Join v. facialis — fig. 3 (partially in v. angularis and in v. ophthalmica). Are formed from venous network of a century. Collect blood from an upper eyelid.

451. Pampiniformis plexus (venosus) (PNA, BNA, JNA), pampiniform veniplex (fig. 1 and 29). Joins v. testicularis of the relevant party. Collects blood" from a small egg, an epididymis and ductus deferens.

452. Pancreaticae (PNA, BNA, JNA), pancreatic veins (fig. 18). Join v.lienalis (partially in mesenterica sup.). Collect blood from a pancreas.

453. Pancreaticoduodenales (sup. et inf.) (PNA, BNA, JNA), pankreatoduodenalny veins (top and bottom). Join v. mesenterica sup. (v. portae — fig. 20). Corresponds aa. pancreaticoduodenales (sup. et inf.). Collect blood from a pancreas and a duodenum.

454. Papillares (superior et inferior) (Magnus), papillary veins (top and bottom). Join v. centralis retinae. Are formed from venulae maculares (sup. et inf.), venulae nasales retinae (sup. et inf.), venulae temporales retinae (sup. et inf.). Collect blood from a retina of an eye.

455. Paraumbilicales (PNA), s. parumbilicales (Sappey) (BNA), s. adumbilicales (JNA), s. ligamenti teretis hepatis, paraumbilical veins. Join vv. Burowi, v. portae (fig. 20). Are formed from small veins of a front abdominal wall in a navel, to-rye join the residual channel v. umbilicalis passing in thickness of lig. teres hepatis. Collect blood from paraumbilical area of a front wall of a stomach.

456. Parotideae (PNA), s. parotideae posteriores (BNA), vein of a parotid gland. Join plexus pterygoideus (fig. 3). Collect blood from a parotid gland (gl. parotis).

457. Parotideae anteriores, front veins of a parotid gland, see Parotidei rami.

458. Parotideae posteriores, back veins of a parotid gland, see Parotideae.

459. Parotidei rami (PNA), s. rr. Parotidici (JNA), s. vv. parotideae anteriores (BNA), venous branches of a parotid gland. Join v. facialis (fig. 3). Collect blood from a parotid gland (gl. parotis).

460. Parumbilicales (Sappey), paraumbilical veins, see Paraumbilicales.

461. Penis (BNA, JNA), vein of a penis (fig. 30). Joins v. pudenda int. Corresponds and. penis. Collects blood from a cavernous body of an urethra, an integument of a penis.

462. Perforantes (PNA, BNA, JNA) pro-butting veins. Join v. profunda femoris. Correspond aa. perforantes (prima, secunda et tertia). Collect blood from muscles of a hip, its back surface.

463. Pericardiacae (PNA, BNA, JNA), pericardiac veins. Join v. azygos, v. brachiocephalica sin. or directly in v. cava sup. (fig. 1). Collect blood from a pericardium (pericardium).

464. Pericardiacophrenicae (PNA), perikardo-phrenic veins, veins of a pericardium and diaphragm. Join v. brachiocephalica — fig. 1 (v. thoracica int.). There correspond a. pericardiacophrenica. Collect blood from an upper surface of a diaphragm and a pericardium.

465. Perinei (BNA), veins of a crotch. Join v, pudenda int. (fig. 28 and 30). There correspond a. perinealis. Collect blood from muscles, fastion and cellulose of a crotch.

466. Peronaeae, fibular veins, see Peroneae (fibulares).

467. Peroneae (fibulares) (PNA), s. Peroneae (BNA), s. fibulares (JNA), fibular veins. Join tibiales post. There correspond a. peronea (fibularis). Collect blood from lateral group of muscles of a shin; fascia and integuments.

468. Pharyngeae (PNA, BNA), s. pharyngicae (JNA), pharyngeal veins. Join v. jugularis int. — fig. 3 (directly) or through vv. linguales et vv. thyroideae sup. Are formed from veins of plexus pharyngeus. Collect blood from a throat, a soft palate, a palatine tonsil, an acoustical pipe; from deep muscles of a neck (mm. longus capitis et longus colli).

469. Pharyngeus plexus [venosus] (PNA, BNA), s. plexus pharynglcus et plexus pharyngoesophagicus dorsalis et plexus pharyngoesophagicus ventralis (JNA), s. plexus venosus pharyngis anterior et plexus venosus pharyngis posterior, pharyngeal texture. Joins v. jugularis int. (fig. 3). Is located on front and back walls of a throat and gullet. Collects blood from walls of a throat and an upper (cervical) part of a gullet.

470. Pharyngicae, pharyngeal veins, see Pharyngeae.

471. Pharyngicus plexus (venosus), a pharyngeal texture, see Pharyngeus plexus (venosus).

472. Pharyngis plexus venosus anterior, a front veniplex of a throat, see Pharyngeus plexus (venosus).

473. Pharyngis plexus venosus posterior, a back veniplex of a throat, see Pharyngeus plexus [venosus].

474. Pharyngoesophagicus dorsalis plexus (venosus), a dorsal pharyngoesophageal texture, see Pharyngeus plexus (venosus).

475. Pharyngoesophagicus ventralis plexus (venosus), a ventral pharyngoesophageal texture, see Pharyngeus plexus (venosus).

476. Phrenicae inferiores (PNA, BNA), s. phrenicae abdominales (JNA), s. diaphragmaticae inferiores, lower phrenic veins (fig. 10). Join v. cava inf. v. renalis sin. There correspond a. phrenica inf. Collect blood from a lower surface of a diaphragm and the capsule of adrenal glands.

477. Phrenicae (PNA), phrenic veins, see Phrenicae superiores.

478. Phrenicae abdominales, belly phrenic veins. See Phrenicae inferiores.

479. Phrenicae superiores (PNA, BNA), upper phrenic veins, s. phrenicae thoracicae (JNA), s. diaphragmaticae superiores. Join v. azygos (fig. 1). There correspond a. phrenica sup. Collect blood from an upper surface of a diaphragm.

480. Phrenicae throracicae, chest phrenic veins, see Phrenicae.

481. Plantare rete venosum (PNA, BNA, JNA), bottom venous network (fig. 5). Joins vv. marginales (med. et lat.), and also in deep veins of a bottom surface (the vv system. tibiales post.). Is formed from skin veins of a bottom surface of foot. Collects blood from an integument and a hypodermic of fingers and a bottom surface of foot.

482. Plantaris areus venosus (PNA, BNA, JNA), bottom venous arch. Joins rete venosum plantare (vv. marginales med. et lat.). Is formed from longitudinal skin veins of a bottom surface of foot.

483. Poplitea (PNA, BNA, JNA), subnodal vein (fig. 4 and 5). Proceeds in v. femoralis. Is formed from vv. genus, v. saphena parva, vv. tibiales ant., vv. tibiales post. Collects blood from a knee joint, covers and muscles of a shin.

484. Portae (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. portarum, s. arteriosa (Soemmerring), s. advehens, s. afferens, portal vein. Brings blood to a liver (fig. 1,18 and 20). v. gastrica dext is formed from v. cystica., v. gastrica sin., v. lienalis, v. mesenterica inf., v. mesenterica sup., vv. paraumbilicales, v. prepylorica. Collects blood from a stomach, thin and thick guts (rectum, only from an upper part), a duodenum, a pancreas, a big epiploon and a spleen.

485. Portarum, vein of gate. See Portae.

486. Posterior ramus (PNA). Back branch. Joins v. pulmonalis superior dext. (fig. 13). Is formed from pars infralobaris and pars intralobaris (intersegmentalis). Collects blood from a back segment of an upper share of the right lung.

487. Posterior ventriculi sinistri (PNA, BNA), s. dorsalis ventriculi (cordis) of sinistri (JNA), back vein of a left ventricle (fig. I). Joins sinus coronarius (an initial part). Collects blood from a back wall of a left ventricle of heart.

488. Preauriculares, preear veins, see Auriculares anteriores.

489. Prepylorica (PNA), predpilorichesky vein. Joins v. portae (fig. 20). Collects blood from a stomach.

490. Profundae brachii, deep veins of a shoulder, see Brachiales.

491. Profundae clitoridis (PNA, BNA, JNA), deep veins of a clitoris. Join v. pudenda int. — fig. 28 (plexus pudendalis).

492. Profundae cruris, deep veins of a shin, see Tibiales anteriores, Tibiales posteriores, Peroneae (fibulares).

493. Profundae femoris (PNA, BNA, JNA), deep veins of a hip. Join v. femoralis (fig. 4). Are formed from vv. circumflexae femoris laterales, vv. circumflexae femoris mediales, vv. perforantes. There correspond a. profunda femoris. Collect blood from muscles of a hip (lateral, medial and back groups).

494. Profundae linguae (PNA), s. linguales profundae, deep veins of language. Join v. lingualis. There correspond a. profunda linguae. Collect blood from language.

495. Profundae penis (PNA, BNA, JNA), deep veins of a penis. Join v. pudenda int. — fig. 30 (plexus pudendalis). Collect blood from cavernous bodies of a penis.

496. Prostaticus plexus venosus (PNA), s. plexus vesicoprostaticus, veniplex of a prostate (fig. 27). Joins v. iliaca int. Is formed from veins of a prostate and the bottom of a bladder. Collects blood from a prostate, a bottom of a bladder and seed bubbles.

497. Pterygoideus plexus (venosus) (PNA, BNA. JNA), alate texture (fig. Z). Joins v. retromandibularis. Is formed from vv. articulares temporomandibulares, v. canalis pterygoidei, vv. meningeae mediae, vv. parotideae, vv. auriculares anteriores, v. stylomastoidea, vv. temporales profundae, vv. tympanicae. Collects blood from a joint of a mandible, a firm meninx, from a parotid gland, a temporal muscle, parotid area, an auricle and outside acoustical pass, a tympanic membrane and a drum cavity.

498. Pudenda communis, the general sexual vein, see Pudenda interna.

499. Pudenda interna (PNA), s. pudenda communis, internal sexual vein (fig. 28 and 30). Joins iliaca int. There corresponds a. pudenda int. (has bonds with plexus pudendalis — see Vesicalis plexus). Collects blood from external genitals — men's (v. bulbi penis) and female (v. bulbi vestibuli) (partially), areas of a crotch (vv. perinei) and from a rectum (bottom) (vv. rectales inf.).

500. Pudendae externae (PNA, BNA) s. pudendales externae (JNA), outside’ sexual veins. Join v. femoralis (fig. 1). Correspond and. pudenda ext. Collect blood from an integument of area of a pubis and external genitals.

501. Pudendales externae, outside sexual veins, see Pudendae externae.

502. Pudendalis plexus (venosus), a sexual veniplex, see Vesicalis plexus venosus.

503. Pulmonales dextrae (PNA, BNA, JNA), right pulmonary veins. Join the left auricle. Are formed from v v. intersegmentales sup. et inf. (dext.), v. labii medii, vv. intersegmentales laterales et mediales, see Pulmonalis superior dext, and pulmonalis inferior dext.

504. Pulmonalis inferior dextra (PNA), right lower pulmonary vein (fig. 13). Joins the left auricle. Is formed from of apicalis (superior), v. basalis communis. Collects to p about in from the lower share of the right lung.

505. Pulmonalis inferior sinistra (PNA), left lower pulmonary vein (fig. 14). Joins the left auricle. v. basalis communis is formed from r. apicalis (superior). Collects blood from the lower share of the left lung.

506. Pulmonales sinistrae (PNA), left pulmonary veins. Are formed from vv. intersegmentales sup. et inf., see Pulmonalis superior sin. and Pulmonalis inferior sin.

507. Pulmonalis superior dextra (PNA), right upper pulmonary vein (fig. 13). Joins the left auricle. Is formed from rr. apicalis, anterior, posterior, lobi medii. Collects blood from upper and an average share of the right lung.

508. Pulmonalis superior sinistra (PNA), left upper pulmonary vein (fig. 14). Joins the left auricle. Is formed from rr. apicoposterior, anterior, lingularis. Collects blood from an upper share of the left lung.

509. Radiales (PNA, BNA, JNA), beam veins, s. comitantes a. radialis (fig. 1). Join v. brachialis. Are formed from deep veins of a brush and a forearm.

510. Rectae medullares, direct brain veins, see Rectae venulae.

511. Rectae venulae (PNA), s. rectae (renis) venulae (BNA), s. rectae medullares (JNA), direct venules. Join vv. arcuatae. Collect blood from marrow of a kidney.

512. Rectae (renis) venulae, direct venules (kidneys), see Rectae venulae.

513. Rectales inferiores (PNA), s. haemorrhoidales inferiores (BNA), s. anales (JNA), lower pryamokishechny veins (fig. 28 and 30). Join v. pudenda int. Are formed from plexus venosus rectalis. Collect blood from the bottom of a rectum and area of an anal orifice (anus).

514. Rectalis cranialis, a cranial pryamokishechny vein, see Rectalis superior.

515. Rectalis media (PNA), s. haemorrhoidalis media (BNA), average pryamokishechny vein (fig. 25). Joins v. iliaca int. Is formed from plexus venosus rectalis. Collects blood from a rectum (its middle part), a bladder (partially), a prostate and seed bubbles (partially).

516. Rectalis plexus, pryamokishechny texture; see Rectalis plexus venosus.

517. Rectalis plexus venosus (PNA), s. haemorrhoidalis (venosus) (BNA), s. rectalis plexus (JNA), pryamokishechny veniplex (fig. 25). Joins v. iliaca int. and v. mesenterica sup. Is formed from the venous branches of vv anastomosing among themselves. rectalis inf., media et sup. (see); a kavaportalny anastomosis is formed. Collects blood from a rectum. The veniplex surrounding trailer department of a large intestine (rectum).

518. Rectalis superior (PNA), s. haemorrhoidalis superior (BNA), s. rectalis cranialis (JNA), upper pryamokishechny vein (fig. 25). Joins v. mesenterica inf. Is formed from an upper part of plexus venosus rectalis (is in connection with a veniplex of colon sigmoideum). Collects blood from an upper part of a rectum.

519. Renales (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. emulgentes, renal veins (rice 1,10 and 21). Join v. cava inf. Are formed from intraorganic veins of kidneys (vv. interlobares, etc.), v. ovarica sin., v. Suprarenalis sin., v. testicularis sin. Collect blood from a kidney (the relevant party) and its capsules; on the left side also from an adrenal gland and a small egg (ovary).

520. Retroauricularis, a zaushny vein, see Auricularis posterior.

521. Retromandibularis (PNA, JNA), s. facialis posterior (BNA), s. temporomaxillaris (Cruveilhier), zachelyustny vein (fig. 3). Joins v. facialis or v. jugularis int. Is formed from vv. maxillares, plexus pterygoideus, v. temporalis media, vv. temporales superficiales, v. transversa faciei; it is connected to v. jugularis ext. Corresponds approximately to the area supplied by a. maxillaris. Collects blood from temporal area, a parotid gland, area of an auricle.

522. Retzii, Rettsius's veins. The anastomosis connecting v. portae (its intestinal branches) to the v. cava inf system.

523. Revehentes (hepatis) which are taking out veins (liver) see Hepaticae revehentes.

524. Sacrales laterales (PNA,BNA, JNA), lateral sacral veins. Join v. iliaca int. (fig. 22), directly or through vv. gluteae sup. et inf. There correspond a. sacralis lat.

525. Sacralis anterior plexus, a front sacriplex, see Sacralis plexus venosus.

526. Sacralis caudalis, a caudal sacral vein, see Sacralis mediana.

527. Sacralis media, an average sacral vein, see Sacralis mediana.

528. Sacralis mediana (PNA), s. sacralis media (BNA, JNA), s. sacralis caudalis (JNA), s. caudalis, median sacral vein. Joins v. iliaca communis sin. or directly in v. cava inf. (fig. 10). There corresponds a. sacralis mediana; participates in formation of plexus venosus sacralis.

529. Sacralis plexus venosus (PNA), s. plexus sacralis anterior (BNA), s. plexus sacralis ventralis (JNA), sacral veniplex (fig. 23). Joins v. iliaca int. With it is left from a texture on a front surface of the sacrum formed by the sacral veins anastomosing among themselves (v. sacralis mediana et vv. sacrales lat.).

530. Sacralis ventralis plexus, ventral sacriplex, see Sacralis plexus venosus.

531. Salvatella, a vein «zdorovka», see Metacarpea dorsalis IV.

532. Saphena accessoria (PNA, BNA, JNA), additional saphena of a leg. Joins v. saphena magna (fig. 4). Is formed from skin veins of a hip. Collects blood from an integument of medial and front surfaces of a hip.

533. Saphena interna, an internal saphena, see Saphena magna.

534. Saphena magna (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. saphena interna, big saphena of a leg. Joins v. femoralis (fig. 4). Is formed from saphenas of foot, a shin and hip (v. marginalis medialis, v. saphena accessoria, etc.). Collect blood from area of medial edge of foot, from a shin, a hip, a front wall of a stomach (is slightly higher than an inguinal sheaf).

535. Saphena parva (BNA, PNA, JNA), s. saphena posterior, small saphena of a leg (fig. 4 and 5). Joins v. poplitea. Is formed from saphenas of foot and a shin (v. marginalis lat., etc.). Collects blood from area of lateral edge of foot, the lateral and back surfaces of a shin.

536. Saphena posterior, a back saphena of a leg, see Saphena parva.

537. Sapped, veins to Sappa, see Paraumbilicales.

538. Satellites arteriarum, veins accompanying arteries (satellites of arteries) see Comitantes.

539. Scrotales, veins of a scrotum, see Scrotales posteriores.

540. Scrotales anteriores (PNA, BNA), s. rami scrotales (JNA), front veins of a scrotum. Join v. femoralis-fig. 1 (vv. pudendae ext.). There correspond rr. scrotales anteriores (. pudendae ext.). Collect blood from a scrotum.

541. Scrotales posteriores (PNA, BNA), s. scrotales, back veins of a scrotum. Join v. pudenda int. (fig. 30). There correspond rr. scrotales posteriores (. pudendae int.). Collect blood from a scrotum (its tail).

542. Scrotales rami, venous branches (from a scrotum), see Scrotales anteriores.

543. Septi pellucidi (PNA, BNA, JNA), vein of a transparent partition. Joins v. thalamostriata. Collects blood from septum pellucidum (brain).

544. Sigmoideae (PNA, BNA, JNA), veins of a sigmoid gut. Join v. mesenterica inf. (fig. 20). Correspond aa. sigmoideae. Collect blood from a sigmoid gut.

545. Sine comite, s. sine pari, a vein which is not accompanying, or unpaired, see Azygos.

546. Spermatica, a seed vein, see Testicularis.

547. Spermatica (testicularis), a seed (small egg) vein, see Testicularis.

548. Spermatica interna, an internal seed vein, see Testicularis.

549. Sphenopalatina, s. nasalis posterior (BNA), osnovnonebny vein. Joins plexus pterygoideus (fig. 3). There corresponds a. sphenopalatina. Collects blood from a mucous membrane of a back lower part of a nasal cavity.

550. Spinales (PNA), spinal veins. General name of veins of a spinal cord. Join v. azygos, v. hemiazygos (vv. vertebrales, vv. intercostales, vv. lumbales through vv. intervertebrales). Collect blood from a spinal cord. See also Spinales externae anteriores et posteriores, Spinales internae.

551. Spinales externae anteriores (BNA), s. spinales externae ventrales (JNA), s. mediana medullae spinalis anterior, front outside spinal vein. Joins v. vertebralis, intervertebralis. There corresponds a. spinalis ant. cv is connected. spinalis int., forms with back outside spinal veins network — a texture on the surface of a spinal cord — «vasocorona». Collects blood from front departments of a spinal cord»

552. Spinales externae dorsales, dorsal outside spinal veins, see Spinales externae posteriores.

553. Spinales externae posteriores (BNA), s. spinales externae dorsales (JNA), s. medianae medullae spinalis posteriores, back outside spinal veins. Join vv. intervertebrales. Correspond aa. spinales post. Are connected to vv. spinales int., form with front outside spinal veins network — a texture on the surface of a spinal cord — «vasocorona». Collect blood from back departments of a spinal cord.

554. Spinales externae ventrales, ventral outside spinal veins, see Spinalis externa anterior.

555. Spinales internae (BNA, JNA), internal spinal veins. Are connected by an anastomosis to vv. spinales ext. (ant. et post.). Collect blood from interiors (substance) of a spinal cord (on the parties from canalis centralis).

556. Spinales rami (PNA, BNA, JNA), spinal branches. Join vv. vertebrales, vv. intercostales post., vv. lumbales, vv. sacrales lat. There correspond rr. spinales of arteries (intercostal, lumbar, etc.). Collect blood from contents of vertebral and sacral channels.

557. Spiralis modioli (PNA, BNA, JNA), spiral vein of a core of a snail. Joins v. labyrinthi. Collects blood from a snail (inner ear).

558. Splenica, a splenic vein, see Lienalis.

559. Stellatae, star-shaped veins, see Stellatae venulae.

560. Stellatae venulae (PNA), s. venae stellatae (BNA, JNA), s. (Verheyenii) of stellulae, star-shaped venules. Join vv. Capsulares, v. renalis (trailer branchings). Are formed from the small veins of a star-shaped form which are formed on an outer surface of a kidney and being in connection with veins of cortical substance of a kidney and with veins of its capsules. Collect blood from renal capsules.

561. Sternocleidomastoidea (PNA, BNA, JNA), grudino - a clavicular and mastoidal vein. Joins v. jugularis int. (fig. 3). Corresponds and. Sternocleidomastoidea. Collects blood from grudino - a clavicular and mastoidal muscle.

562. Striata (PNA), striatal vein. Joins v. basalis (fig. 2). Collects blood from a striate body (corpus striatum).

563. Stylomastoidea (PNA, BNA, JNA), stylomastoid vein. Joins plexus pterygoideus — fig. of 3 (v. retro mandibularis). Corresponds and. stylomastoidea; leaves foramen stylomastoideum. Collects blood from canalis facialis.

564. Subclavia (PNA, BNA, JNA), subclavial vein (fig. 1 and 3). Joins v. brachiocephalica (the relevant party). There corresponds a. subclavia, is continuation of v. axillaris; accepts (changeably) v. thoracoacromialis, v. jugularis ext. Collects blood from an upper extremity and a shoulder girdle (the relevant party), a chest wall (partially), partly from area of the head and a neck.

565. Subconjunctivales, subconjunctival veins, see Episclerales.

566. Subcostalis (PNA, JNA), s. intercostalis posterior XII, subcostal vein. (Fig. 1) hemiazygos joins v. azygos (on the right), (at the left). There corresponds a. subcostalis. Collects blood from area XII of an edge, the last chest segment (the right or left side).

567. Subcutanea antebrachii posterior, back saphena of a forearm. Joins v. mediana basilica (fig. 1). Is formed from veins of back network of a brush; non-constant fourth large vein of a forearm.

568. Subcutanea colli anterior, a front saphena of a neck, see Jugularis anterior.

569. Subcutaneae abdominis (PNA, BNA, JNA), saphenas of a stomach. Join vv. epigastrica sup., epigastrica superficialis, epigastrica inf. Form network together with vv. paraumbilicales. Collect blood from an integument and a hypodermic fatty layer of a front sidewall of a stomach.

570. Sublingualis (PNA, BNA, JNA), hypoglossal vein. Joins v. lingualis. Collects to p about in from sialadens (gl. sublingualis et gl. submandibularis).

571. Sublobulares, sublobular veins. Join vv. hepaticae (fig. 1). Are formed from vv. centrales (hepatis). Collect blood from segments of a liver.

572. Submentalis (PNA, BNA, JNA), submental vein. Joins v. facialis (fig. 3). Collects blood from gl. sublingualis (partly from gl. submandibularis); from nearby muscles (m. mylohyoideus).

573. Suboccipitalis plexus venosus (PNA, JNA), suboccipital veniplex. Joins plexus basilaris (in front and kranialno), plexus venosi vertebrales interni (caudally). Is formed from veins in the field of foramen magnum, is in connection with v. vertebralis.

574. Subscapulares, infrascapular veins. Join v. axillaris (fig. 1). There correspond a. subscapularis. Collect blood from area of an axillary pole, from m. subscapularis.

575. Superficialis colli verticalis, a vertical superficial vein of a neck, see Jugularis anterior.

576. Supraorbitalis (PNA, BNA), supraorbital vein (fig. 3). Joins v. ophthalmica sup. v. facialis. There corresponds a. supraorbitalis. Collects blood from area of a forehead, from upper and medial direct muscles of an eye.

577. Suprarenales (dext, et sin.) (PNA, BNA, JNA), veins of an adrenal gland (fig. 1 * 10 and 21). Join v. cava inf. (on the right) and v. renalis sin. (at the left). Are formed from v. centralis (gl. Suprarenalis). Collect blood from an adrenal gland (the relevant party).

578. Suprascapularis (-es) (PNA, JNA), s. transversa (-ae) scapulae (BNA), a nadlopatochny vein(s). Join v. jugularis ext. or v. subclavia (fig. 3). There correspond a. transversa scapulae (BNA), s. a. suprascapularis (TNA). Collect blood from muscles of area of a neck and a back surface of a shovel.

579. Supratrochleares (PNA), s. frontales (BNA, JNA), supratrochlear veins. Join v.facialis — fig. 3 (angularis). Connect to v. supraorbitalis (v. ophthalmica sup.). Collect blood from area of a forehead, eyebrows, from a ridge of the nose and an upper eyelid.

580. Temporales profundae (PNA, BNA, JNA), deep temporal veins. Join plexus pterygoideus (fig. 3), v. maxillaris. Collect blood from m. temporalis.

581. Temporales superficiales (PNA, BNA, JNA), superficial temporal veins (fig. 3). Join v. retromandibularis. Collect blood from covers of temporal and parietal areas (from v. emissaria parietalis), from area of a pozadiushny sink.

582. Temporalis media (PNA, BNA, JNA), average temporal vein. retromandibularis (fig. 3) joins v. temporalis superficialis. Collects blood from m. temporalis.

583. Temporalis retinae inferior venula (PNA, BNA, JNA), lower temporal venule of a retina. by joins. centralis retinae. Collects to p about in from the lower site of a temporal half of a retina of an eye.

584. Temporalis retinae superior venula (PNA, BNA, JNA), upper temporal venule of a retina. Joins v. centralis retinae. Collects blood from the upper site of a temporal half of a retina of an eye.

585. Temporomaxillaris (Cruveilhier), a temporal and maxillary vein, see Retromandibularis.

58G. Terminalis, a trailer vein, see Thalamostriata.

587. Testicularis (PNA), s. spermatica (BNA), s. spermatica (testicularis) (JNA), s. spermatica interna, vein of a small egg (fig. 1,10 and 21). Joins v. cava inf. (on the right) and renalis sin. (at the left). Is formed from the veins forming plexus pampiniformis. Collects blood from a small egg and its appendage (the relevant party); from an ureter (a belly part).

588. Thalamostriata (PNA, JNA), s. terminalis (BNA), s. corporis striati, talamostriarny vein (fig. 2). Joins v. cerebri int. Is formed from v. septi pellucidi, etc. Collects to r about in from corpus striatum (nucleus caudatus), thalamus, septum pellucidum, corpus callosum (partially).

589. Thebesii, Tebeziyev of a vein, see Cordis minimae.

590. Thoracalis lateralis (PNA, BNA), s. thoracica lateralis (JNA), s. thoracalis (s. thoracica) of longa, lateral chest vein. Joins v. axillaris. There corresponds a. thoracalis lat. Collects blood from a chest wall (side surface); m. serratus ant.

591. Thoracalis (s. thoracica) longa, a long chest vein, see Thoracalis lateralis.

592. Thoracica (-ae) interna (-ae) (PNA, JNA), s. mammaria (-ae) interna (-ae) (BNA), an internal chest vein(s) (fig. 3 and 9). Joins v. brachiocephalica (the relevant party). There corresponds a. thoracica int. Collects to r about in from a front chest wall and partly from a front wall of a stomach (from vv. epigastricae sup.).

593. Thoracica lateralis, a lateral chest vein, see Thoracalis lateralis.

594. Thoracica longitudinalis dextra, the right chest longitudinal vein, see Azygos.

595. Thoracica longitudinalis sinistra, the left chest longitudinal vein, see Hemiazygos.

596. Thoracica longitudinalis sinistra accessoria, the left chest longitudinal additional vein, see Hemiazygos accessoria.

597. Thoracicoacromialis, a grudino-acromial vein, see Thoracoacromialis.

598. Thoracoacromialis (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. thoracicoacromialis, grudinoakromialny vein. Joins v. subclavia (cephalica). There corresponds a. thoracoacromialis. Collects blood from a pectus (partly) and areas of an acromial shoot of a shovel.

599. Thoracoepigastricae (PNA, BNA, JNA), grudino-epigastriß veins. Join (fig. 1) top end v. axillaris (thoracalis lateralis), lower — v. femoralis (through v. epigastrica superficialis). Are formed from skin veins of chest and belly walls (in their side part); widely anastomose among themselves. Collect blood from a side chest wall and an abdominal wall (sideways).

600. Thymicae (PNA, BNA, JNA), veins of a thymus. Join (fig. 1) v. brachioceplialica (sin. et dext.) (v. thoracica int.). Accompany aa. thymicae. Collect blood from a thymus (thymus).

601. Thyreoidea cranialis, a cranial thyroid vein, see Thyroidea superior.

602. Thyreoidea ima (BNA, JNA), the lowermost thyroid vein (fig. 3). Vlivayetsyav v. brachioceplialica sin. Collects blood from an isthmus of a thyroid gland.

603. Thyroidea superior (PNA), s. thyreoidea superior (BNA), s. thyreoidea cranialis (JNA), upper thyroid vein (fig. 1 and 3). Joins v. lingualis, v. jugularis int. or v. facialis. Collects blood from upper parts of side shares of gl. thyroidea and from nearby muscles.

604. Thyreoideae caudales, caudal thyroid veins, see Thyroideae inferiores.

605. Thyroideae inferiores (PNA), s. thyreoideae inferiores (BNA), thyreoideae caudales (JNA), lower thyroid veins (fig. 3). Join v. brachiocephalica sin. (bracliiocephalica dext., on the right). Are connected by an anastomosis to plexus thyroideus impar. Collect blood from a thyroid gland, a lower part of a throat, partially from a throat, a gullet and a trachea.

606. Thyroideae mediae (PNA), average thyroid veins (fig. 3.). Join v. jugularis int. Collect blood from a thyroid gland.

607. Thyroideus impar plexus (PNA), unpaired thyroid texture. Joins v. bracliiocephalica sin. Is formed from veins of a thyroid gland (isthmus), accepts vv. thyroideae inf. et vv. laryngeae. Collects blood from a thyroid gland and a throat.

608. Tibiales anteriores (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. profundae cruris, front tibial veins (fig. 4). Join v. poplitea. Correspond and. tibialis ant. Collect blood from deep veins of the back of foot and front surface of a shin (muscles, fastion).

609. Tibiales posteriores (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. profundae cruris, back tibial veins. Join v. poplitea (fig. 5). There correspond a. tibialis post.; accept deep veins of a bottom surface of foot and rete venosum plantare, vv. peroneae (fibulares). Collect blood from muscles and fastion of a bottom surface of foot, back and lateral departments of a shin.

610. Tracheales (PNA, BNA, JNA), veins of a trachea. Join vv. brachiocephalica (dext, et sin.), thyroideae inf. (fig. Z). Collect blood from a trachea.

611. Transversa faciei (PNA, BNA, JNA), cross vein of the person. Joins v. retromandibularis (fig. 3). Coo of t-vetstvuyet. transversa faciei. Collects blood from side (parotid) area of the person.

612. Transversa (-ae) scapulae, a cross vein(s) of a shovel, see Suprascapularis.

613. Transversae, cross veins, see Lumbales (I—IV).

614. Transversae colli (PNA, BNA, JNA), cross veins of a neck. Join (fig. 3) v. jugularis ext. (v. subclavia). There correspond a. transversa colli. Collect blood from area of a neck and a shoulder girdle (medial edge of a shovel).

615. Trigonalis plexus venosus, s. diaphragmaticus plexus venosus, veniplex of an urinogenital triangle. Joins v. iliaca int. (fig. 1); the part of a sexual veniplex (plexus pudendalis) located in the field of an urinogenital triangle (trigonum urogenitale) — an urinogenital diaphragm (diaphragma urogenitale). Is formed from veins of a penis (v. dorsalis penis, etc.). Collects blood from area of an urinogenital diaphragm and from external genitals.

616. Tympanicae (PNA, BNA, JNA), drum veins. Join plexus pterygoideus (v. retromandibularis) — fig. 3. Collect blood from a tympanic membrane and a drum cavity.

617. Ulnares (PNA, BNA, JNA), elbow veins, s. comitantes a. ulnaris. Join v. brachialis (fig. 1). Are formed from deep veins of a brush and a forearm.

618. Umbilicalis (PNA, BNA, JNA), umbilical vein; is available only in the placental period of blood circulation; brings an arterial blood from a placenta to circulatory system of a fruit (takes place in structure of an umbilical cord through an umbilical ring). One its branch falls into v. portae (blood comes to a liver); the second (continuation of v. umbilicalis — ductus venosus) joins cava inf. After the birth of v. umbilicalis zapustevat and turns into a connective tissue tyazh (lig. teres hepatis + lig. venosum).

619. Uterinae (PNA, BNA, JNA), uterine veins (fig. 26). Join v. iliaca int. Are formed from veniplexes of a uterus (plexus venosus uterinus). Collect blood from a uterus, a uterine tube (partially) and an upper part of a vagina.

620. Uterinus plexus venosus (PNA), s. uterovaginalis plexus (BNA, JNA), uterine veniplex (fig. 26). Joins v. iliaca int. Is formed from the veniplex formed by veins of a uterus and an upper part of a vagina and located on each side a uterus (in parametriums). Collects blood from a uterus, a uterine tube (partially), vaginas (an upper part).

621. Uterovaginalis plexus (venosus), an uterovaginal veniplex, see Uterinus plexus venosus.

622. Vaginalis plexus venosus (PNA), vulval veniplex. Joins v. iliaca int. (fig. 24). Is formed from veins of a vagina; is in connection with a veniplex of a uterus. Collects blood from walls of a vagina.

623. Vasorum, veins of vessels (circulatory). Join nearby veins. Accompany the corresponding arteriae vasorum. Collect blood from walls of blood vessels (arteries and veins).

624. Verheyenii stellulae, Fereyen's «asterisks», see Stellatae venulae.

625. Vertebrales externi plexus venosi (PNA, BNA, JNA), outside vertebral veniplexes, see Vertebralis externus plexus venosus anterior, Vertebralis externus plexus venosus posterior.

626. Vertebrales interni plexus venosi (PNA, BNA, JNA), internal vertebral veniplexes, see Vertebralis internus plexus venosus anterior, Vertebralis internus plexus venosus posterior.

627. Vertebralis (PNA, BNA, JNA), s. vertebralis interna, vertebral vein. Joins v. brachiocephalica — fig. 1 (the relevant party). Corresponds to cervical department of a. vertebralis. Collects blood from deep muscles of a neck; from a spinal cord and its firm cover (partially).

628. Vertebralis accessoria (PNA), additional vertebral vein (non-constant). Joins v. brachiocephalica (fig. 1). Is formed from a veniplex near a. vertebralis and together with it goes in the descending direction. Collects blood from deep muscles of a neck.

629. Vertebralis anterior (PNA), s. vertebralis externa anterior, front vertebral vein (non-constant). Joins v. vertebralis. Originates from a veniplex in the field of cross shoots of upper cervical vertebrae. There corresponds a. cervicalis ascendens. Collects blood from deep muscles of a neck, occipital area.

630. Vertebralis externa, an outside vertebral vein, see Cervicalis profunda.

631. Vertebralis externa anterior, a front outside vertebral vein, see Vertebralis anterior.

632. Vertebralis externus plexus venosus anterior (PNA, BNA), s. ventralis (JNA), front (or ventral) outside vertebral texture. Anastomoses with plexus venosus vertebralis externus posterior (fig. 6) and with intervertebral veins (vv. intervertebrales); through the last outflow happens in vertebral, intercostal and lumbar veins. Collects blood from bodies of vertebrae and muscles of a neck.

633. Vertebralis externus plexus venosus posterior (PNA, BNA), s. dorsalis (JNA), back (or dorsal) outside vertebral texture (fig. 3 and 6). Anastomoses with plexus venosus vertebralis externus ant., with plexus venosi vertebrales interni and with intervertebral veins (vv. intervertebrales); through the last there is an outflow in vertebral, intercostal and lumbar veins. Collects blood from vertebrae, deep muscles of a back and an integument.

634. Vertebralis interna, an internal vertebral vein, see Vertebralis.

635. Vertebralis internus plexus venosus anterior (PNA, BNA), s. ventralis (JNA), front (or ventral) internal vertebral veniplex. Anastomoses with outside vertebral textures, with plexus venosus vertebralis int. post. (fig. 3), with intervertebral veins (vv. intervertebrales); through the last outflow happens in vertebral, intercostal and lumbar veins. Is formed from vv. basivertebrales. Collects blood from vertebrae, sheaves, a spinal cord, a firm meninx.

636. Vertebralis internus plexus venosus posterior (PNA, BNA), s. dorsalis (JNA), back (or dorsal) internal vertebral veniplex (fig. 3 and 6). Anastomoses with outside vertebral textures, with plexus venosus vertebralis int. ant., with intervertebral veins (vv. intervertebrales); through them outflow happens in vertebral, intercostal and lumbar veins. Collects blood from vertebrae, sheaves, a spinal cord, a firm meninx.

637. Vesicae felleae, a vein of a gall bladder, see Cystica.

638. Vesicales (PNA), vesical veins. Join v. iliaca int. Are formed from plexus venosus vesicalis. Collect blood from a bladder.

639. Vesicalis plexus venosus (PNA, BNA), s. plexus vesicopudendalis [plexus vesicalis and plexus pudendalis (JNA)], vesical veniplex. Joins v. iliaca int. (fig. 22). Is formed from veins of walls of a bladder and area of a crotch. Collects blood from a bladder, external genitals and from area of a crotch.

640. Vesicoprostaticus, a mochepuzyrnoprostatichesky (venous) texture, see Prostaticus plexus venosus.

641. Vesicopudendalis (vesicalis and pudendalis) plexus, a vesical and sexual texture, see Vesicalis plexus venosus.

642. Vestibulares (PNA, BNA, JNA), veins of a threshold. Join v. labyrinthi. Collect blood from sacks of a threshold and from semicircular channels of a labyrinth (inner ear).

643. Vitellinae, vitelline veins, see Omphalomesentericae.

644. Volare rete venosum, palmar venous network, see Palmare rete venosum.

645. Volaris venosus profundus arcus, a deep palmar venous arch, see Palmaris profundus areus venosus.

646. Volaris venosus superficialis arcus, a superficial palmar venous arch, see Palmaris superficialis arcus venosus.

647. Vorticosae (chorioideae oculi) (PNA), vorticosae (BNA), s. chorioideae majores (JNA), vortikozny (choroid of an eye) veins. Join v. ophthalmica sup. Are formed from internal veins of an eyeglobe. Collect blood from all parts of a choroid of an eye (chorioideae), a ciliary body (corpus ciliare) and an iris of the eye (iris).

648. Zygomaticae, malar veins. Join v. ophthalmica inf. (fig. 3). Collect blood from malar area; from m. zygomaticus.



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