Medical Definition of Venae hepaticae sinistrae

1. Veins draining the lateral segments [II & III] of the left lobe of the liver which join to form a single or paired trunk of variable size which usually (90% of the time) merges with that formed by the middle hepatic veins prior to entering the terminal portion of the superior vena cava. Synonym: venae hepaticae sinistrae. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Venae Hepaticae Sinistrae

venae esophageae
venae ethmoidales
venae fibulares
venae frontales
venae gastricae breves
venae genus
venae gluteae inferiores
venae gluteae superiores
venae haemorrhoidales inferiores
venae haemorrhoidales mediae
venae hemispherii cerebelli inferiores
venae hemispherii cerebelli superiores
venae hepaticae
venae hepaticae dextrae
venae hepaticae mediae
venae hepaticae sinistrae (current term)
venae insulares
venae intercapitales
venae intercostales anteriores
venae intercostales posteriores
venae interlobares renis
venae interlobulares hepatis
venae interlobulares renis
venae jejunales et ilei
venae labyrinthi
venae lumbales
venae mediastinales
venae medullae oblongatae

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