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Segment VII Vein
Cardiovascular System

Segment VII Vein

Vena segmentum VII

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Quick Facts

Origin: Posterior right branch of the hepatic portal vein.

Course: Travels superiorly to enter segment VII of the liver.

Branches: None.

Supplied Structures: Segment VII of the liver.

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Origin

The segment VII vein originates from the terminal end of the posterior right branch of the hepatic portal vein where it bifurcates into the segment VI and the segment VII veins.

Course

The segment VII vein travels inferiorly to enter segment VII of the liver.

Branches

There are no named branches.

Supplied Structures

The segment VII vein supplies nutrient-rich venous blood from the digestive tract to segment VII of the liver.

List of Clinical Correlates

- Hepatic resection

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