facial vein

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Synonyms for facial vein

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Aneurysm of the posterior facial vein. Laryngoscope.
The PVP is embedded in a fatty pad, and it communicates with the deep facial vein, maxillary vein, and cavernous sinuses.
In a study conducted on 89 dissected adult cadavers, the external jugular vein receives facial vein in 9% of the cases (3).The formation of external jugular vein by union of entire retromandibular vein and facial vein (4) and a case of facial vein continuing as external jugular vein has also been reported (5).
The RMV continued downwards and joined with the facial vein (FV) to form the common facial vein (CFV) at the angle of mandible.
Common facial vein and facial artery were ligated and submandibular gland retracted up.
The anterior division of retromandibular vein joined with facial vein to form common facial vein that drained into left subclavian vein directly.
Drains the nasolabial region to the external jugular vein via the deep facial vein. Infection may spread from the deep facial vein to the pterygoid plexus, to the inferior orbital vein, to the cavernous sinus.
The facial artery and the posterior facial vein groove the posterior part of the gland.
However, the mandibular branch of the facial nerve was identified along its course with the posterior facial vein. Postoperatively, the patient experienced a complete facial nerve paralysis.
"It's highly effective for things like acne removal or skin rejuvenation, and it's able to treat facial veins and pigmentation marks.
That means the removal of unsightly facial veins quickly and effectively using the Dornier Medilas D Skinpulse infrared laser.
Our cosmetic procedures include Visual Sclerotherapy, which is the gold standard treatment for spider veins, and VeinGoghTM, which is an immediately effective treatment for facial veins. Vein911[R] is the varicose vein and spider vein treatment center of choice for physicians and their patients who are experiencing vein disease.
Aging and sun-damaged skin may develop redness, blemishes, facial veins and pigment, deep wrinkles, or spotting.