Lower Extremity Veins
... lower extremities of the body has both deep and superficial veins. Compared to the deep veins, Superficial veins
have fewer valves, but deep veins run in a manner that is parallel to the corresponding artery, serving the same organs. The posterior and anterior tibial veins of the foot track up the knee’s posterior and anterior region. These regions then combine, creating the popliteal ...
Upper Extremity Veins
... The axillary vein then meets with the subclavian vein after it has passed under the first rib. The subclavian vein connects with the internal jugular vein, forming the brachiocephalic vein. The Superficial veins
of the cubital fossa joins the cubital vein, then goes on to meet the cephalic vein and from there, conjoins with the basilica vein. Blood
withdrawals from the body is commonly done ...