brachial vein

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Related to Brachial veins: basilic vein, axillary vein, Median cubital vein
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Synonyms for brachial vein

two veins in either arm that accompany the brachial artery and empty into the axillary vein

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First, the brachial veins and artery should be visualized adjacent to one another, with the veins immediately adjacent to and touching the artery.
Also, on contraction these muscles can compress both the brachial artery and brachial veins. Therefore the possibility of these muscle anomalies should be considered when in any patient, a high median palsy exists with symptoms of lower brachial artery or brachial vein compression.
Right axillary, cephalic, basilic and brachial veins are patent but very slow flow seen without any clot".
The most medial structure in the neurovascular bundle is the axillary vein formed by the confluence of the brachial veins. The axillary artery is positioned laterally with the plexus cords arranged around it.
"You can see nerves better if blood's not flowing in them." He then repaired the cephalic and brachial veins with 12 tiny sutures each.