Medical Definition of Vena atrii medialis

1. A vein that drains deep portions of the parietal and occipital lobes; it runs in the medial wall of the lateral ventricle to empty into the internal cerebral vein or the great cerebral vein. Synonym: vena ventriculi lateralis medialis, medial atrial vein, medial vein of lateral ventricle. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Vena Atrii Medialis

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vena advehens
vena afferentes hepatis
vena anastomotica
vena anastomotica inferior
vena anastomotica superior
vena angularis
vena appendicularis
vena aqueductus cochleae
vena aqueductus vestibuli
vena arcuata renis
vena arteriosa
vena atrii lateralis
vena atrii medialis (current term)
vena auricularis
vena auricularis anterior
vena auricularis posterior
vena axillaris
vena azygos
vena azygos major
vena azygos minor inferior
vena azygos minor superior
vena basalis
vena basalis communis
vena basalis inferior
vena basalis superior
vena basilica
vena basivertebralis

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