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Deep Dorsal Veins of Hand (Left)
Cardiovascular System

Deep Dorsal Veins of Hand (Left)

Venue dorsales profundae manus

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Origin

The deep dorsal veins of the hand arise from the dorsal metacarpal veins.

Course

The deep dorsal veins of the hand course proximally, deep to the fascia and accompanied by the dorsal metacarpal arteries. It drains into the dorsal venous network of the hand.

Tributaries

There are no named branches.

Structures Drained

The deep dorsal veins of the hand aid in the drainage of the dorsal aspect of the hand.

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