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Anterior Vein of Left Lung
Cardiovascular System

Anterior Vein of Left Lung

Vena anterior pulmonis sinistri

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Quick Facts

Origin: Union of pulmonary capillary networks.

Course: Accompanies the anterior segmental bronchus (B3) of left lung.

Tributaries: Intersegmental and intrasegmental parts.

Drainage: Anterior bronchopulmonary (and surrounding) segment of left lung.

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