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daniallison Vein locations 2 Aug 8 2009, 2:33 AM EDT by daniallison
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I was trying to fix the location of the vertebral veins and notices that on some of the diagrams the vertebral vein comes out of the subclavian between the internal and external jugulars and then on other diagrams it doesn't show the vertebral at all but just points out the internal and external jugulars with no vertebral vein in between the two. Anyone else take notice of that? Does the vertebral vein join the subclavian between the two jugulars or not?
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