Anatomy II Exam 7

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  1. originates as a continuation of the Basilic vein and Brachial vein, and terminates by becoming the Subclavian vein.
    Axillary V.
  2. originates at the bend of the elbow (cubital fossa) by the converging of the Radial and Ulnar veins, and terminates by emptying into the inferior end of the Axillary vein.
    Brachial V.
  3. originates from the medial side of the hand, and terminates by uniting with the brachial vein to become the Axillary Vein.
    Basilic V.
  4. originates by the union of the Internal Jugular and Subclavian veins, and terminates by uniting with the opposite Brachiocephalic vein to form the Superior Vend Cava.
    Brachiocephalic or Innominate V.
  5. originates from the lateral side of the hand, and terminates by becoming a tributary to the superior portion of the Axillary vein.
    Cephalic V.
  6. originates as a continuation of the Popliteal vein, and terminates by becoming the External Iliac Vein.
    Femoral V.
  7. originates by the union of the Internal Iliac Vein and the External Iliac Vein, and terminates by uniting with the opposite Common Iliac Vein to form the Inferior Vena Cava.
    Common lilac V.
  8. originates as a continuation of the Femoral Vein, and terminates by uniting with Internal Iliac Vein to form the Common Iliac Vein.
    External Iliac V
  9. originates by the union of the small veins of the lateral wall of the pelvic cavity, and terminates by uniting with the External Iliac Vein to form the Common Iliac Vein.
    Internal Iliac or Hypogastric V.
  10. originates as a continuation of the Sigmoid Sinus (one of the Dural Sinuses), and terminates by uniting with the Subclavian vein to form the Brachiocephalic vein.
    Internal Jugular V.
  11. originates by the union of the Anterior Tibial Vein and the Posterior Tibial Vein, and terminates by becoming the Femoral Vein.
    Popliteal V.
  12. originates by the union of the Splenic vein and the Superior Mesenteric Vein, and terminates by dividing into a right branch and a left branch just before entering the liver. 
    Portal V.
  13. originates from the medial side of the foot, and terminates by becoming a tributary to the superior portion of the Femoral Vein (in the Femoral Triangle).
    Great (Long) Saphenous V.
  14. originates from the lateral side of the foot, and terminates by becoming a tributary to the Popliteal vein.
    Small (Short) Saphenous V.
  15. originates as a continuation of the Axillary vein, and terminates by uniting with the internal jugular vein to form the Brachiocephalic (Innominate) vein.
    Subclavian V.
  16. originates by the union of the two common iliac veins, and terminates by emptying into the right atrium of the hear.
    Inferior Vena Cava
  17. originates from the union of the right and left Brachiocephalic veins, and terminates by emptying into the right atrium of the heart.
    Superior Vena Cava
  18. below the level of the heart except IVC, SVC, Pulmonary V., Portal System
    have Valves in Veins
  19. accompany Aa.; generally have the same name
    Deep Set V.
  20. two in each extremity; do not accompany arteries; they have unique names
    Superficial Set

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