Definition of Pharyngeal vein

1. Noun. Veins from the pharyngeal plexus that empty into the internal jugular vein.

Exact synonyms: Vena Pharyngeus
Generic synonyms: Vein, Vena, Venous Blood Vessel



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pharyngeal Vein

pharyngeal mucosa
pharyngeal muscles
pharyngeal opening of auditory tube
pharyngeal opening of eustachian tube
pharyngeal pituitary
pharyngeal plexus
pharyngeal pouch syndrome
pharyngeal raphe
pharyngeal recess
pharyngeal reflex
pharyngeal ridge
pharyngeal space
pharyngeal tonsil
pharyngeal tonsils
pharyngeal tubercle
pharyngeal vein (current term)
pharyngeal veins
pharyngealization
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pharyngectomy
pharyngei
pharynges
pharyngeus
pharyngismus
pharyngitic
pharyngitides
pharyngitis

Literary usage of Pharyngeal vein

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1. Anatomy, Descriptive and Surgical by Henry Gray (1901)
"The pharyngeal vein commences in a minute plexus, the pharyngeal, at the back part and sides of the pharynx, and, after receiving meningeal tributaries and ..."

2. A Manual of Dissection and Practical Anatomy: Founded on Gray and Gerrish by William Thomas Eckley, Corinne Buford Eckley (1903)
"pharyngeal vein. Origin: Plexiform in the back and sides of the pharynx. Common termination: Internal jugular vein. Occasional termination: Facial, lingual, ..."

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