Definition of Pharyngeal vein
1. Noun. Veins from the pharyngeal plexus that empty into the internal jugular vein.
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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, ..."