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Veins of Large Intestine Anatomy

Veins of Large Intestine Anatomy
Hepatic portal vein, Prepyloric vein, Superior mesenteric vein, Right gastroomental (gastroepiploic) vein, Anterior superior pancreaticoduodenal vein, Tributary from colon (cut), Posterior inferior pancreaticoduodenal vein, Anterior inferior pancreaticoduodenal vein, Middle colic vein (cut), Right colic vein, Ileocolic vein, Anterior cecal vein

Posterior cecal vein, Appendicular vein, Right testicular (ovarian) vessels, External iliac vessels, Internal iliac vein, Superior gluteal vein, Obturator vein, Right middle rectal vein, Right inferior rectal vein (to internal pudendal vein), Left gastric vein (Dorsal or superior) pancreatic vein, Splenic vein, Inferior mesenteric vein, Left colic vein, Jejunal and ileal veins, Left testicular (ovarian) vessels, Inferior mesenteric vein, Sigmoid veins, Median sacral vein, Superior rectal vein, Tributaries of left and right superior rectal veins, Perimuscular rectal venous plexus, Left middle rectal vein, Left internal pudendal vein in pudendal canal (Alcock’s), External rectal venous plexus.
Veins of Large Intestine Anatomy

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