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Venous Drainage of Leg Anatomy

Venous Drainage of Leg Anatomy
Popliteal artery and vein, Small saphenous vein, Plantaris muscle and tendon, Plantaris tendon, Small saphenous vein, Anterior tibial artery, Popliteus muscle, Gastrocnemius muscle (medial head) (cut), Gastrocnemius muscle (medial head) (cut and reflected), Tibialis posterior muscle, Gastrocnemius muscle (lateral head), Posterior tibial artery and vein, 

Perforating vein (Sherman’s vein), Flexor digitorum longus muscle (reflected anteriorly), Great saphenous vein, Medial plantar nerve and artery, Dorsal venous arch of foot, Medial malleolus and medial malleolar network, Tibialis posterior tendon, Medial malleolar branches of posterior tibial artery and vein, Perforating vein, Perforating veins (Cockett’s veins), Lateral plantar nerve and artery, Flexor retinaculum (cut and reflected), Flexor retinaculum (cut and reflected), Crural fascia (cut), Crural fascia (cut and reflected), Calcaneal branches of posterior tibial artery and vein, Flexor hallucis longus muscle, Superficial posterior venous arch, Perforating vein, Tibial nerve (cut), Posterior tibial artery and vein and tibial nerve, Fibular artery and vein, Soleus muscle (cut and reflected posterolaterally), Soleus muscle (cut)
Venous Drainage of Leg Anatomy

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