Right marginal vein

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Vein: Right marginal vein
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Sternocostal surface of heart (right marginal vein not labeled, but is visible at bottom left)
Latin Vena marginalis dextra
Gray's p.642
Drains to Right atrium
Artery Right marginal artery

The right marginal vein is a small vein that drains blood from the heart. It passes along the inferior margin of the heart and joins the small cardiac vein (sometimes known as the right coronary vein) in the coronary sulcus, or opens directly into the right atrium.

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This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.