Cerebral Veins

The cerebral veins are divisible into external and internal (internal cerebral veins) groups according to the outer surfaces or the inner parts of the hemispheres they drain into.

The external veins are the superior cerebral veins, inferior cerebral veins, and middle cerebral vein.

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Superficial Middle Cerebral Vein - Relations
... It is connected with the superior sagittal sinus by the great anastomotic vein of Trolard (Superior anastomotic vein), which opens into one of the ... Veins (emissary, jugular and others) of head and neck (drainage patterns can vary) (TA A12.3.04–06, GA 7.644) External jugular Retromandibular maxillary (pterygoid plexus ...
Sublingual Vein
... The sublingual vein is a vein which drains the tongue ... Veins (emissary, jugular and others) of head and neck (drainage patterns can vary) (TA A12.3.04–06, GA 7.644) External jugular Retromandibular maxillary (pterygoid plexus ...
Superior Thalamostriate Vein
... The superior thalamostriate vein or terminal vein (v ... superior) commences in the groove between the corpus striatum and thalamus, receives numerous veins from both of these parts, and unites behind the crus ... Veins (emissary, jugular and others) of head and neck (drainage patterns can vary) (TA A12.3.04–06, GA 7.644) External jugular Retromandibular maxillary (pterygoid plexus) · superficial ...
Superior Cerebellar Veins
... The superior cerebellar veins pass partly forward and medialward, across the superior vermis, to end in the straight sinus and the internal cerebral veins, partly lateralward to the transverse and superior petrosal ... Veins (emissary, jugular and others) of head and neck (drainage patterns can vary) (TA A12.3.04–06, GA 7.644) External jugular Retromandibular maxillary (pterygoid ...

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