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Inferior Medial Genicular Vein (Right)
Cardiovascular System

Inferior Medial Genicular Vein (Right)

Vena inferior medialis genus

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Quick Facts

Origin: Inferomedial aspect of the knee.

Course: Passes posteriorly to drain into the popliteal vein.

Tributaries: None.

Drainage: Knee joint.

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Origin

The inferior medial genicular vein arises at the inferomedial aspect of the knee.

Course

The inferior medial genicular vein passes posteriorly and horizontally across the medial condyle of the tibia to drain into the popliteal vein. It accompanies the inferior medial genicular artery.

Tributaries

There are no named tributaries.

Structures Drained

The inferior medial genicular vein drains blood from the knee joint.

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