|Vein: Ulnar veins|
|The deep veins of the upper extremity.|
|Latin||Vena ulnaris (plural: Venae ulnares)|
|Gray's||subject #172 663|
|Source||Superficial palmar venous arch|
|Drains to||Brachial vein|
In anatomy, the ulnar veins are venae comitantes for the ulnar artery. They mostly drain the medial aspect of the forearm. They arise in the hand and terminate when they join the radial veins to form the brachial veins.
They follow the same course as the ulnar artery.
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