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Nasofrontal Vein (Left)
Cardiovascular System

Nasofrontal Vein (Left)

Vena nasofrontalis

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Quick Facts

Origin: Supraorbital vein.

Course: Passes inferiorly to join the superior ophthalmic vein.

Tributaries: None.

Drainage: Serves as a connection between the supraorbital and superior ophthalmic veins.

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Origin

The nasofrontal vein arises from the supraorbital vein at the supraorbital notch.

Course

The nasofrontal vein courses inferiorly to connect with the superior ophthalmic vein.

Tributaries

There are no named tributaries.

Structures Drained

The nasofrontal vein acts as a communication between the supraorbital and superior ophthalmic veins.

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