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Diagram showing development of main cross branches between jugulars and between cardinals

The blood from the lower limbs is collected by the right and left iliac and hypogastric veins, which, in the earlier stages of development, open into the corresponding right and left cardinal veins; later, a transverse branch (the left common iliac vein) is developed between the lower parts of the two cardinal veins (Fig. 479), and through this the blood is carried into the right cardinal vein.

Above the level of the renal veins the right cardinal vein persists as the azygos vein and receives the right intercostal veins, while the hemiazygos veins are brought into communication with it by the development of transverse branches in front of the vertebral column (Figs. 479, 480)

Venous Links: early parietal veins | inferior vena cava | jugular and cardinal cross branches | completed parietal veins



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Reference

Gray H. Anatomy of the human body. (1918) Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger.


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