2.6 veins

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  1. Veins of the head and neck) Internal jugular : drains what
    • brain
    • *collects blood from dural sinuses to drain blood from the drain
  2. Veins of the head and neck) Internal jugular : relative position to eternal jugular?
    Medial to external jugular
  3. Veins of the head and neck) external jugular : what does it drain? (2)
    The face and head
  4. Veins of the head and neck) external jugular, what is it superficial to>?
    Sternocleidomastoid muscle
  5. Veins of the head and neck) Internal jugular : what does it accompany
    ?
    The common carotid artery with a sheath of CT called carotid sheath
  6. Veins of the head and neck) Internal jugular : Drains blood and CSF from brain via
    Network of sinuses
  7. Veins of the head and neck) Internal jugular : where do all sinuses converged? And by what is it located?
    At junction of sinuses near internal occipital protuberance
  8. Left and right brachiocephalic veins ) Left one passes _______ to aorta
    superficial
  9. Left and right brachiocephalic veins ) how are they formed? (2)
    -joining of internal & external jugular

    -subclavians veins
  10. Left and right brachiocephalic veins ) where dot hey empty into?
    SVC
  11. Left and right brachiocephalic veins ) which is longer?
    Left is larger than right
  12. Left and right brachiocephalic veins ) they both unite to form
    SVC
  13. Veins of the upper extremity) Deep veins
    Same names as arteries

    *Axillary, radial, Ulnar, Brachial etc
  14. Veins of the upper extremity) what do superficial veins do?
    Return venous blood from superficial extremity
  15. Veins of the upper extremity) what are the 3 superficial veins?
    -cephalic

    -basilic

    -cubital
  16. Veins of the upper extremity) where does basilic vein lay?
    In inner arm, medial side
  17. Veins of the upper extremity) cephalic runs towards
    The head to pass between deltoid & pectoralis major in the delto-pectoral groove to empty into Axillary vein
  18. Veins of the upper extremity) median cubital connects (2)
    -basilic and cephalic vein
  19. Veins of the upper extremity) what is median cubital used for?
    venipuncture
  20. Veins of the lower extremity) superficial veins 2
    -great and small saphenous
  21. Veins of the lower extremity) deep veins
    Named same as arteries

    *posterior tibial, anterior tibial, popliteal, femoral etc
  22. Veins of the lower extremity) great saphenous vein: location
    Extends from anterior to medial malleolus where it collects venous blood from dorsal foot to travel up the medial leg as it passes a hole called saphenous opening.
  23. Veins of the lower extremity) great saphenous vein: where does it emopty into?
    Femoral vein
  24. Veins of the lower extremity) small saphenous vein: location
    Arises from posterior to lateral malleolus
  25. Veins of the lower extremity) small saphenous vein: where does it empty onto?
    Popliteal vein
  26. Iliac veins of pelvis) what are the 2
    -external iliac

    -internal iliac
  27. Iliac veins of pelvis) how is external iliac formed?
    By great saphenous joining femoral vein
  28. Iliac veins of pelvis) where does the internal iliac drain?
    Pelvic region
  29. Iliac veins of pelvis) what do both combining create?
    Common iliac veins
  30. abdominopelvic veins) what are the. 4 veins?
    -IVC

    -common iliac vein

    -external iliac vein

    -internal iliac vein
  31. What does the azygos system drain?
    Drains the thoracic wall
  32. Where does the azygos system drain into?
    SVC
  33. Azygos system) what does it form over the vertebral column?
    An H shape
  34. Azygos system) what 3 comprise this system
    -accessory azygos vein

    -hemiazygos vein

    -azygos vein
  35. Azygos system) where do accessory azygos and hemiazygos drain into?
    Azygos vein
  36. Paired veins of the abdomen) where do these drain into?
    iVC
  37. Paired veins of the abdomen) which are they? (5)
    -right and left suprarenal

    -left and right gonadal vein

    -renal veins
  38. Paired veins of the abdomen) renal veins:
    Takes products like ions, PRO, glucose back to bloodstream from the liver
  39. Paired veins of the abdomen) renal veins: left renal vein seen as collector because
    Left suprarenal and left gonadal veins empty onto left renal veins
  40. Paired veins of the abdomen) renal veins: where do these drain into?
    IVC
  41. Unpaired veins of the abdomen: where do they drain to
    Hepatic prtal system
  42. Left and right suprarenal veins are used by adrenal glands to
    Empty hormones
  43. What is a portal system? (2)
    -2 vascular peruses connected by a vein

    -emptied into circulation by 2nd vein
  44. Hepatic portal system: (2)`
    • -drains the digestive organs and spleen via a single hepatic portal vein
    • *1 plexus= digestive organs and spleen

    • -into the liver and liver is drained into the IVC via paired hepatic veins
    • *2nd plexus= liver
  45. Hepatic portal system in depth: (6)
    -spleen and mesentery (gut) are plexus #1

    -SMV and IMV draining the gut into splendid vein

    -splenic vein drains into HPV

    -HPV takes the blood to the liver to process and package the things coming from the gut and splenic

    -The liver is 2nd plexus

    -liver drains into IVC via Left & right hepatic veins

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