Common facial vein
|Common facial vein|
Veins of the head and neck.
The Facial Vein usually unites with the Anterior branch of the Retromandibular Vein to form the Common Facial Vein, which crosses the external carotid artery and enters the internal jugular vein at a variable point below the hyoid bone.
The common facial vein is not present in all individuals.
- Common+facial+vein at eMedicine Dictionary
- lesson4 at The Anatomy Lesson by Wesley Norman (Georgetown University) (parotid2)
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