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Deep Veins of Upper Limb (Left)
Cardiovascular System

Deep Veins of Upper Limb (Left)

Venae profundae membri superioris

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Description

The deep veins accompany the arteries of the upper limb and sit with the muscles beneath the deep fascia. The deep veins are often duplicated and named after their arterial counterparts. There are many vessels connecting the superficial and deep venous drainage systems in the upper limb.

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