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veinlet (van′let)
SYN: venule.

Vejovis (ve-jo′vis)
A genus of scorpions (the so-called devil scorpions of North America), including V. spinigerus, the stripe-tailed devil scorpion; V. carolinianus, the southern devil scorpion; and V. flavus, the slender devil scorpion.

vel (vel)
or [L. or]

vela (ve′la)
Plural of velum.

velamen, pl .velamina (ve-la′men, ve-lam′i-na)
SYN: velum (1) . [L. a veil] v. vulvae obsolete term for hypertrophy of the labia minora.

velamentous (vel-a-men′tus)
Expanded in the form of a sheet or veil. SYN: veliform.

velamentum, pl .velamenta (vel′a-men′tum, -ta)
SYN: velum (1) . [L. a cover]

velamina (ve-lam′i-na)
Plural of velamen.

velar (ve′lar)
Relating to any velum, especially the velum palati.

veliform (vel′i-form)
SYN: velamentous. [L. velum, veil, + forma, form]

Vella
Luigi, Italian physiologist, 1825–1886. See V. fistula, Thiry-V. fistula.

vellicate (vel′i-kat)
To twitch or contract spasmodically; said especially of fibrillary muscular spasms. [L. vellico, pp. -atus, to pluck, to twitch, fr. vello, to deprive of hair, pluck]

vellication (vel′i-ka′shun)
A fibrillary muscular spasm.

vellus (vel′us)
1. Fine nonpigmented hair covering most of the body. 2. A structure that is fleecy or soft and woolly in appearance. [L. fleece] v. olivae inferioris a stratum of nerve fibers surrounding the inferior olive.

velocity (v) (ve-los′i-te)
Rate of movement; specifically, distance traveled or quantity converted per unit time in a given direction. Cf.:speed. [L. velocitas, fr. velox (veloc-), quick, swift] initial v. the rate of a reaction, e.g., an enzyme-catalyzed reaction, at the early stages of the reaction such that the product(s) concentrations have not risen to a level to significantly affect the observable rate; typically, initial velocities are observed when less than 10% of the reaction's approach toward equilibrium has occurred. SYN: initial rate. maximum v. (Vmax) 1. the maximum rate of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction that can be achieved by progressively increasing the substrate concentration at a given enzyme concentration; in cases of substrate inhibition, Vmax is an extrapolated value in the absence of such inhibition; Cf.:Michaelis-Menten equation. 2. the maximum initial rate of shortening of a myocardial fiber that can be obtained under zero load; used to evaluate the contractility of the fiber. nerve conduction v. the rate of impulse conduction in a peripheral nerve or its various component fibers, generally expressed in meters per second. PSA v. a measure of the rapidity of change in a person's PSA level. sedimentation v. the rate of movement of a substance, typically a macromolecule, in centrifugation; these centrifugation studies provide data on the structure of the macromolecule. steady-state v. the v. of an enzyme-catalyzed reaction in which, over the time course of the study, the concentration of any enzyme species is constant ( i.e., for an enzyme-substrate binary complex, ES, d[ES]/dt &congru; 0; for this to hold true, the total enzyme concentration must be much less than the initial substrate concentration. SYN: steady-state rate.

velogenic (vel-o-jen′ik)
Denoting the virulence of a virus capable of inducing, after a brief incubation period, a fulminating and often lethal disease in embryonic, immature, and adult hosts; used in characterizing Newcastle disease virus. [L. velox, rapid, + G. -gen, producing]

velopharyngeal (ve′lo-fa-rin′je-al)
Pertaining to the soft palate (velum palatinum) and the pharyngeal walls.

velosynthesis (ve′lo-sin′the-sis)
SYN: palatorrhaphy.

Velpeau
Alfred A.L.M., French surgeon, 1795–1867. See V. bandage, V. canal, V. fossa, V. hernia.

velum, pl .vela (ve′lum, -la)
1. Any structure resembling a veil or curtain. SYN: veil (1) , velamen, velamentum. 2. SYN: caul (1) . 3. SYN: greater omentum. 4. Any serous membrane or membranous envelope or covering. [L. veil, sail] anterior medullary v. SYN: superior medullary v.. inferior medullary v. [TA] a thin sheet of white matter, hidden by the cerebellar tonsil, attached along the peduncle of the flocculus and, at or near the midline, to the nodulus of the vermis; it is continuous caudally with the epithelial lamina and choroid plexus of the fourth ventricle. SYN: v. medullare inferius [TA] , posterior medullary v., Tarin valve, valvula semilunaris tarini, v. semilunare, v. tarini. v. interpositum SYN: tela choroidea of third ventricle. v. medullare inferius [TA] SYN: inferior medullary v.. v. medullare superius [TA] SYN: superior medullary v.. v. palatinum soft palate. v. pendulum palati SYN: soft palate. posterior medullary v. SYN: inferior medullary v.. v. semilunare SYN: inferior medullary v.. superior medullary v. [TA] the thin layer of white matter stretching between the two superior cerebellar peduncles, forming the roof of the superior recess of the fourth ventricle. SYN: v. medullare superius [TA] , anterior medullary v., Vieussens valve. v. tarini SYN: inferior medullary v.. v. terminale SYN: lamina terminalis of cerebrum. transverse v. a fold in the dorsal wall of the embryonic brain at the boundary between the telencephalon and diencephalon. SYN: v. transversum. v. transversum SYN: transverse v.. v. triangulare SYN: tela choroidea of third ventricle.

vena, gen. and pl. venae (ve′na, -ne) [TA]
SYN: vein. [L.] v. advehens, pl .venae advehentes collective term for a series of branching channels in the early embryo receiving blood from the umbilical and/or vitelline venous systems and passing the mixed blood to the sinusoids of the liver; they become terminal branches of the hepatic portal vein. SYN: v. afferens hepatis. v. afferens hepatis SYN: v. advehens. v. anastomotica inferior [TA] SYN: inferior anastomotic vein. v. anastomotica superior [TA] SYN: superior anastomotic vein. v. angularis [TA] SYN: angular vein. venae anteriores cerebri [TA] SYN: anterior cerebral veins, under vein. v. anterior septi pellucidi [TA] SYN: anterior vein of septum pellucidum. v. apicalis [TA] SYN: apical vein. v. apicoposterior [TA] SYN: apicoposterior vein. v. appendicularis [TA] SYN: appendicular vein. v. aqueductus cochleae SYN: vein of cochlear canaliculus. v. aqueductus vestibuli [TA] SYN: vein of vestibular aqueduct. venae arcuatae renis SYN: arcuate veins of kidney, under vein. v. arteriosa SYN: arterial vein. venae articulares temporomandibulares SYN: veins of temporomandibular joint, under vein. v. atrii lateralis SYN: lateral vein of lateral ventricle. v. atrii medialis SYN: medial vein of lateral ventricle. v. auricularis anterior SYN: anterior auricular vein. v. auricularis posterior [TA] SYN: posterior auricular vein. v. axillaris [TA] SYN: axillary vein. v. azygos [TA] SYN: azygos vein. v. azygos major SYN: azygos vein. v. azygos minor inferior SYN: hemiazygos vein. v. azygos minor superior SYN: accessory hemiazygos vein. v. basalis [TA] SYN: basal vein. v. basalis anterior [TA] SYN: anterior basal vein. v. basalis communis [TA] SYN: common basal vein. v. basalis inferior [TA] SYN: inferior basal vein. v. basalis superior [TA] SYN: superior basal vein. v. basilica [TA] SYN: basilic vein. venae basivertebrales [TA] SYN: basivertebral veins, under vein. Billroth venae cavernosae SYN: venae cavernosae of spleen. venae brachiales [TA] SYN: brachial veins, under vein. venae brachiocephalicae (dextrae et sinistrae) [TA] SYN: (left and right) brachiocephalic veins, under vein. venae bronchiales [TA] SYN: bronchial veins, under vein. v. bulbi penis [TA] SYN: vein of bulb of penis. v. bulbi vestibuli [TA] SYN: vein of bulb of vestibule. v. canaliculi cochleae SYN: vein of cochlear canaliculus. v. canalis pterygoidei [TA] SYN: vein of pterygoid canal. venae cardiacae anteriores [TA] SYN: anterior cardiac veins, under vein. venae cardiacae minimae [TA] SYN: smallest cardiac veins, under vein. v. cardiaca magna SYN: great cardiac vein. v. cava inferior [TA] SYN: inferior v. cava. v. cava superior [TA] SYN: superior v. cava. venae cavernosae penis [TA] SYN: cavernous veins of penis, under vein. venae centrales hepatis SYN: central veins of liver, under vein. v. centralis glandulae suprarenalis [TA] SYN: central vein of suprarenal gland. v. centralis retinae [TA] SYN: central retinal vein. v. cephalica [TA] SYN: cephalic vein. v. cephalica accessoria [TA] SYN: accessory cephalic vein. v. cephalica antebrachii [TA] SYN: cephalic vein of forearm. venae cerebelli [TA] SYN: cerebellar veins, under vein. v. cervicalis profunda [TA] SYN: deep cervical vein. venae choroideae oculi SYN: vorticose veins, under vein. v. choroidea inferior [TA] SYN: inferior choroid vein. v. choroidea inferior [TA] SYN: inferior choroid vein. See basal vein. v. choroidea superior [TA] SYN: superior choroid vein. venae ciliares anteriores [TA] SYN: anterior ciliary veins, under vein. venae circumflexae femoris laterales [TA] SYN: lateral circumflex femoral veins, under vein. venae circumflexae femoris mediales [TA] SYN: medial circumflex femoral veins, under vein. v. circumflexa humeri anterior [TA] SYN: anterior circumflex humeral vein. v. circumflexa humeri posterior [TA] SYN: posterior circumflex humeral vein. v. circumflexa iliaca profunda [TA] SYN: deep circumflex iliac vein. v. circumflexa iliaca superficialis [TA] SYN: superficial circumflex iliac vein. v. colica dextra [TA] SYN: right colic vein. v. colica media [TA] SYN: middle colic vein. v. colica sinistra [TA] SYN: left colic vein. v. colli profunda deep cervical vein. venae columnae vertebralis [TA] SYN: veins of vertebral column, under vein. v. comitans a vein accompanying another structure. SYN: accompanying vein. v. comitans of hypoglossal nerve [TA] runs with the hypoglossal nerve below and lateral to the hyoglossus muscle, emptying usually into the lingual vein. SYN: v. comitans nervi hypoglossi [TA] , accompanying vein of hypoglossal nerve. v. comitans nervi hypoglossi [TA] SYN: v. comitans of hypoglossal nerve. venae comitantes [TA] a pair of veins, but occasionally more, that closely accompany an artery in such a manner that the pulsations of the artery aid venous return. SYN: companion veins. venae conjunctivales [TA] SYN: conjunctival veins, under vein. venae cordis [TA] SYN: veins of heart, under vein. v. cordis magna [TA] SYN: great cardiac vein. v. cordis media [TA] SYN: middle cardiac vein. venae cordis minimae smallest cardiac veins, under vein. v. cordis parva [TA] SYN: small cardiac vein. v. cornus posterioris [TA] SYN: vein of posterior horn. v. coronaria ventriculi SYN: left gastric vein. v. cutanea SYN: superficial vein. v. cystica [TA] SYN: cystic veins, under vein. venae digitales dorsales pedis [TA] SYN: dorsal digital veins of foot, under vein. venae digitales palmares [TA] SYN: palmar digital veins, under vein. venae digitales plantares [TA] SYN: plantar digital veins, under vein. v. diploica [TA] SYN: diploic vein. venae directae laterales [TA] SYN: direct lateral veins, under vein. venae dorsales clitoridis superficiales [TA] SYN: superficial dorsal veins of clitoris, under vein. venae dorsales linguae [TA] SYN: dorsal lingual vein. venae dorsales penis superficiales [TA] SYN: superficial dorsal veins of penis, under vein. v. dorsalis clitoridis profunda [TA] SYN: deep dorsal vein of clitoris. v. dorsalis corporis callosi posterior vein of corpus callosum. v. dorsalis penis profunda [TA] SYN: deep dorsal vein of penis. venae ductuum semicircularium [TA] SYN: veins of semicircular ducts, under vein. v. emissaria, pl .venae emissariae [TA] SYN: emissary vein. v. emissaria condylaris [TA] SYN: condylar emissary vein. v. emissaria mastoidea [TA] SYN: mastoid emissary vein. v. emissaria occipitalis [TA] SYN: occipital emissary vein. v. emissaria parietalis [TA] SYN: parietal emissary vein. venae encephali occipitales [TA] SYN: occipital cerebral veins, under vein. venae epigastricae superiores [TA] SYN: superior epigastric veins, under vein. v. epigastrica inferior [TA] SYN: inferior epigastric vein. v. epigastrica superficialis [TA] SYN: superficial epigastric vein. venae episclerales [TA] SYN: episcleral veins, under vein. venae esophageae [TA] SYN: esophageal veins, under vein. venae ethmoidales [TA] SYN: ethmoidal veins, under vein. v. facialis [TA] SYN: facial vein. v. facialis anterior SYN: facial vein. v. facialis communis SYN: common facial vein. v. facialis posterior SYN: retromandibular vein. v. faciei profunda [TA] SYN: deep facial vein. v. femoralis [TA] SYN: femoral vein. v. fenestrae cochleae [TA] SYN: vein of cochlear window. venae fibulares [TA] SYN: fibular veins, under vein, fibular veins, under vein. venae frontales [NA] SYN: supratrochlear veins, under vein. v. gastrica dextra [TA] SYN: right gastric vein. venae gastricae breves [TA] SYN: short gastric veins, under vein. v. gastrica sinistra [TA] SYN: left gastric vein. v. gastro-omentalis dextra [TA] SYN: right gastroomental vein. v. gastro-omentalis sinistra SYN: left gastroomental vein. venae geniculares [TA] SYN: genicular veins, under vein. venae gluteae inferiores [TA] SYN: inferior gluteal veins, under vein. venae gluteae superiores [TA] SYN: superior gluteal veins, under vein. v. gyri olfactorii [TA] SYN: vein of olfactory gyrus. See basal vein. v. hemiazygos [TA] SYN: hemiazygos vein. v. hemiazygos accessoria [TA] SYN: accessory hemiazygos vein. venae hemispherii cerebelli superiores [TA] SYN: superior veins of cerebellar hemisphere, under vein. venae hemorrhoidales inferiores outmoded term for inferior rectal veins, under vein. venae hemorrhoidales mediae outmoded term for middle rectal veins, under vein. v. hemorrhoidalis superior outmoded term for superior rectal vein. venae hepaticae [TA] SYN: hepatic veins, under vein. venae hepaticae dextrae [TA] SYN: right hepatic veins, under vein. venae hepaticae intermediae [TA] SYN: intermediate hepatic veins, under vein. venae hepaticae mediae [TA] SYN: intermediate hepatic veins, under vein. venae hepaticae sinistrae [TA] SYN: left hepatic vein. v. hypogastrica obsolete term for internal iliac vein. v. ileocolica [TA] SYN: ileocolic vein. v. iliaca communis [TA] SYN: common iliac vein. v. iliaca externa [TA] SYN: external iliac vein. v. iliaca interna [TA] SYN: internal iliac vein. v. iliolumbalis [TA] SYN: iliolumbar vein. inferior v. cava (IVC) [TA] vein that receives the blood from the lower limbs and the greater part of the pelvic and abdominal organs; it begins at the level of the fifth lumbar vertebra on the right side by the merger of the right and left common iliac veins, pierces the diaphragm at the level of the eighth thoracic vertebra, and empties into the posteroinferior aspect of the right atrium of the heart. SYN: v. cava inferior [TA] , postcava. venae inferiores cerebelli [TA] SYN: inferior veins of cerebellar hemisphere, under vein. venae inferiores cerebri [TA] SYN: inferior cerebral veins, under vein. v. inferior vermis [TA] SYN: inferior vein of vermis. v. innominata archaic term for (left and right) brachiocephalic veins, under vein. venae insulares [TA] veins draining the cortex of the insula, tributaries to the deep middle cerebral vein. SYN: insular veins [TA] . venae intercapitulares SYN: intercapitular veins, under vein. venae intercostales anteriores [TA] SYN: anterior intercostal veins, under vein. venae intercostales posteriores [TA] SYN: posterior intercostal veins, under vein. v. intercostalis superior dextra [TA] SYN: right superior intercostal vein. v. intercostalis superior sinistra [TA] SYN: left superior intercostal vein. v. intercostalis suprema [TA] SYN: supreme intercostal vein. venae interlobares renis [TA] SYN: interlobar veins of kidney, under vein. venae interlobulares hepatis [TA] SYN: interlobular veins of liver, under vein. venae interlobulares renis [TA] SYN: interlobular veins of kidney, under vein. v. intermedia antebrachii SYN: median antebrachial vein. v. intermedia basilica [TA] SYN: intermediate basilic vein. v. intermedia cephalica [TA] SYN: intermediate cephalic vein. v. intermedia cubiti SYN: median cubital vein. venae internae cerebri [TA] SYN: internal cerebral veins, under vein. v. intervertebralis [TA] SYN: intervertebral vein. venae jejunales et ilei [TA] SYN: jejunal and ileal veins, under vein. v. jugularis anterior [TA] SYN: anterior jugular vein. v. jugularis externa [TA] SYN: external jugular vein. v. jugularis interna [TA] SYN: internal jugular vein. venae labiales anteriores [TA] SYN: anterior labial veins, under vein. venae labiales posteriores [TA] SYN: posterior labial veins, under vein. v. labialis inferior [TA] SYN: inferior labial vein. v. labialis superior [TA] SYN: superior labial vein. venae labyrinthi [TA] SYN: labyrinthine veins, under vein. v. lacrimalis [TA] SYN: lacrimal vein. v. laryngea inferior [TA] SYN: inferior laryngeal vein. v. laryngea superior [TA] SYN: superior laryngeal vein. v. lateralis ventriculi lateralis [TA] SYN: lateral vein of lateral ventricle. v. lienalis SYN: splenic vein. v. lingualis SYN: lingual vein. v. lingularis SYN: lingular vein. v. lobi medii [TA] SYN: middle lobe vein. venae lumbales [TA] SYN: lumbar veins, under vein. v. lumbalis ascendens [TA] SYN: ascending lumbar vein. v. magna cerebri [TA] SYN: great cerebral vein of Galen. v. mammaria interna obsolete term for internal thoracic vein. v. maxillaris, pl .venae maxillares [TA] SYN: maxillary vein. v. medialis ventriculi lateralis [TA] SYN: medial vein of lateral ventricle. v. mediana antebrachii [TA] SYN: median antebrachial vein. v. mediana basilica SYN: intermediate basilic vein. v. mediana cephalica SYN: intermediate cephalic vein. v. mediana cubiti [TA] SYN: median cubital vein. v. media profunda cerebri [TA] SYN: deep middle cerebral vein. venae mediastinales [TA] SYN: mediastinal veins, under vein. v. media superficialis cerebri SYN: superficial middle cerebral vein. venae medullae oblongatae [TA] SYN: veins of medulla oblongata, under vein. venae medullae spinalis [TA] SYN: veins of spinal cord, under vein. venae membri inferioris [TA] SYN: veins of lower limb, under vein. venae membri superioris [TA] SYN: veins of upper limb, under vein. venae meningeae [TA] SYN: meningeal veins, under vein. venae meningeae mediae [TA] SYN: middle meningeal veins, under vein. venae mesencephalicae SYN: mesencephalic veins, under vein. v. mesenterica inferior [TA] SYN: inferior mesenteric vein. v. mesenterica superior [TA] SYN: superior mesenteric vein. venae metacarpeae dorsales [TA] SYN: dorsal metacarpal veins, under vein. venae metacarpeae palmares [TA] SYN: palmar metacarpal veins, under vein. venae metatarseae dorsales [TA] SYN: dorsal metatarsal veins, under vein. venae metatarseae plantares [TA] SYN: plantar metatarsal veins, under vein. v. modioli communis [TA] SYN: common modiolar vein. venae musculophrenicae [TA] SYN: musculophrenic veins, under vein. venae nasales externae [TA] SYN: external nasal veins, under vein. v. nasofrontalis [TA] SYN: nasofrontal vein. venae nuclei caudati [TA] SYN: veins of caudate nucleus, under vein. v. obliqua atrii sinistri [TA] SYN: oblique vein of left atrium. v. obturatoria, pl .venae obturatoriae [TA] SYN: obturator veins, under vein. v. occipitalis [TA] SYN: occipital vein. v. ophthalmica inferior [TA] SYN: inferior ophthalmic vein. v. ophthalmica superior [TA] SYN: superior ophthalmic vein. v. ovarica dextra [TA] SYN: right ovarian vein. v. ovarica sinistra [TA] SYN: left ovarian vein. v. palatina externa [TA] SYN: external palatine vein. venae palpebrales [TA] SYN: palpebral veins, under vein. venae palpebrales inferiores [TA] SYN: inferior palpebral veins, under vein. venae palpebrales superiores [TA] SYN: superior palpebral veins, under vein. venae pancreaticae [TA] SYN: pancreatic veins, under vein. venae pancreaticoduodenales [TA] SYN: pancreaticoduodenal veins, under vein. venae paraumbilicales [TA] SYN: paraumbilical veins, under vein. venae parietales SYN: parietal veins, under vein. venae parotideae [TA] SYN: parotid veins, under vein. venae pectorales [TA] SYN: pectoral veins, under vein. venae pedunculares [TA] SYN: peduncular veins, under vein. See basal vein. venae perforantes [TA] SYN: perforating veins, under vein. venae pericardiacae [TA] SYN: pericardial veins, under vein. venae pericardiacophrenicae [TA] SYN: pericardiacophrenic veins, under vein. venae peroneae fibular veins, under vein. v. petrosa [TA] petrosal vein. venae pharyngeae [TA] SYN: pharyngeal veins, under vein. venae phrenicae superiores [TA] SYN: superior phrenic veins, under vein. v. phrenica inferior [TA] SYN: inferior phrenic vein. venae pontis [TA] SYN: pontine veins, under vein. v. pontomesencephalica [TA] See anterior pontomesencephalic vein. v. pontomesencephalica anterior SYN: anterior pontomesencephalic vein. v. poplitea [TA] SYN: popliteal vein. v. portae hepatis [TA] SYN: hepatic portal vein. v. portalis SYN: hepatic portal vein. v. posterior corporis callosi [TA] SYN: posterior vein of corpus callosum. v. posterior septi pellucidi [TA] SYN: posterior vein of septum pellucidum. v.(e) posterior(es) ventriculi sinistri SYN: posterior vein(s) of left ventricle. v. preauricularis SYN: anterior auricular vein. v. precentralis cerebelli [TA] SYN: precentral cerebellar vein. venae prefrontales [TA] SYN: prefrontal veins, under vein. v. prepylorica [TA] SYN: prepyloric vein. venae profundae cerebri [TA] SYN: deep cerebral veins, under vein. venae profundae clitoridis [TA] SYN: deep veins of clitoris, under vein. venae profundae penis SYN: deep veins of penis, under vein. v. profunda femoris [TA] SYN: profunda femoris vein. v. profunda linguae [TA] SYN: deep lingual vein. venae pudendae externae [TA] SYN: external pudendal veins, under vein. v. pudenda interna [TA] SYN: internal pudendal vein. venae pulmonales [TA] SYN: pulmonary veins, under vein. v. pulmonalis inferior dextra [TA] SYN: right inferior pulmonary vein. v. pulmonalis inferior sinistra [TA] SYN: left inferior pulmonary vein. v. pulmonalis superior dextra [TA] SYN: right superior pulmonary vein. v. pulmonalis superior sinistra [TA] SYN: left superior pulmonary vein. venae radiales [TA] SYN: radial veins, under vein. v. recessus lateralis ventriculi quarti [TA] SYN: vein of lateral recess of fourth ventricle. venae rectae the ascending limbs of the vasa rectae in the renal medulla. venae rectales inferiores [TA] SYN: inferior rectal veins, under vein. venae rectales mediae [TA] SYN: middle rectal veins, under vein. v. rectalis superior [TA] SYN: superior rectal vein. venae renales SYN: renal veins, under vein. v. retromandibularis [TA] SYN: retromandibular vein. venae retroperitoneales SYN: retroperitoneal veins, under vein. v. revehens, pl .venae revehentes veins in the embryo, passing from the sinusoid vessels in the liver to the inferior v. cava, that develop into the hepatic veins. venae sacrales laterales [TA] SYN: lateral sacral veins, under vein. v. sacralis mediana [TA] SYN: median sacral vein. v. saphena accessoria [TA] SYN: accessory saphenous vein. v. saphena magna [TA] SYN: great saphenous vein. v. saphena parva [TA] SYN: small saphenous vein. v. scalae tympani [TA] SYN: vein of scala tympani. v. scalae vestibuli [TA] SYN: vein of scala vestibuli. v. scapularis dorsalis [TA] SYN: dorsal scapular vein. venae sclerales [TA] SYN: scleral veins, under vein. venae scrotales anteriores [TA] SYN: anterior scrotal veins, under vein. venae scrotales posteriores [TA] SYN: posterior scrotal veins, under vein. venae sigmoideae [TA] SYN: sigmoid veins, under vein. venae spinales [TA] SYN: spinal veins, under vein. v. spiralis modioli SYN: common modiolar vein. venae cavernosae of spleen small tributaries of the splenic vein in the pulp of the spleen. SYN: Billroth venae cavernosae. v. splenica [TA] SYN: splenic vein. venae stellatae SYN: venulae stellatae, under venula. v. sternocleidomastoidea [TA] SYN: sternocleidomastoid vein. venae striatae SYN: inferior thalamostriate veins, under vein. v. stylomastoidea [TA] SYN: stylomastoid vein. v. subclavia [TA] SYN: subclavian vein. venae subcutaneae abdominis SYN: subcutaneous veins of abdomen, under vein. v. sublingualis [TA] SYN: sublingual vein. v. submentalis [TA] SYN: submental vein. venae superficiales cerebri [TA] SYN: superficial cerebral veins, under vein. v. superficialis [TA] SYN: superficial vein. superior v. cava [TA] returns blood from the head and neck, upper limbs, and thorax to the posterosuperior aspect of the right atrium; formed in the superior mediastinum by union of the two brachiocephalic veins. SYN: v. cava superior [TA] , precava. venae superiores cerebelli [TA] superior veins of cerebellar hemisphere, under vein. venae superiores cerebri [TA] SYN: superior cerebral veins, under vein. v. superior vermis [TA] SYN: superior vein of vermis. v. supraorbitalis [TA] SYN: supraorbital vein. v. suprarenalis dextra [TA] SYN: right suprarenal vein. v. suprarenalis sinistra [TA] SYN: left suprarenal vein. v. suprascapularis [TA] SYN: suprascapular vein. venae supratrochleares [TA] SYN: supratrochlear veins, under vein. venae temporales profundae [TA] SYN: deep temporal veins, under vein. venae temporales superficiales [TA] SYN: superficial temporal veins, under vein. v. temporalis media [TA] SYN: middle temporal vein. v. terminalis superior thalamostriate vein. v. testicularis dextra [TA] SYN: right testicular vein. v. testicularis sinistra [TA] SYN: left testicular vein. venae thalamostriatae inferiores [TA] SYN: inferior thalamostriate veins, under vein. v. thalamostriata superior [TA] SYN: superior thalamostriate vein. v. thoracica interna [TA] SYN: internal thoracic vein. v. thoracica lateralis [TA] SYN: lateral thoracic vein. v. thoracoacromialis [TA] SYN: thoracoacromial vein. v. thoracoepigastrica [TA] SYN: thoracoepigastric vein. venae thymicae [TA] SYN: thymic veins, under vein. v. thyroidea ima SYN: inferior thyroid vein. v. thyroidea inferior [TA] SYN: inferior thyroid vein. v. thyroidea media [TA] SYN: middle thyroid vein. v. thyroidea superior [TA] SYN: superior thyroid vein. venae tibiales anteriores [TA] SYN: anterior tibial veins, under vein. venae tibiales posteriores [TA] SYN: posterior tibial veins, under vein. venae tracheales [TA] SYN: tracheal veins, under vein. venae transversae cervicis [TA] SYN: transverse cervical veins, under vein. venae transversae colli transverse cervical veins, under vein. v. transversa faciei [TA] SYN: transverse facial vein. v. transversa scapulae SYN: suprascapular vein. venae tympanicae [TA] SYN: tympanic veins, under vein. venae ulnares [TA] SYN: ulnar veins, under vein. v. umbilicalis [TA] SYN: left umbilical vein. v. uncalis [TA] a vein draining the uncus into the inferior cerebral vein of the same side. SYN: vein of uncus [TA] . venae uterinae [TA] SYN: uterine veins, under vein. v. ventricularis inferior [TA] SYN: inferior ventricular vein. See basal vein. v. vertebralis [TA] SYN: vertebral vein. v. vertebralis accessoria [TA] SYN: accessory vertebral vein. v. vertebralis anterior [TA] SYN: anterior vertebral vein. venae vesicales [TA] SYN: vesical veins, under vein. venae vestibulares (anterius et posterius) [TA] SYN: (anterior and posterior) vestibular veins, under vein. v. vitellina SYN: vitelline vein. venae vorticosae [TA] SYN: vorticose veins, under vein.

venacavography (ve′na-ka-vog′ra-fe)
Angiography of a vena cava. SYN: cavography.




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