Transverse cervical veins

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Transverse cervical veins
Superficial and deep branches.png
Superficial and deep branches from the transverse cervical artery (picture is of artery, not vein. However, vein is in similar location.)
The veins of the neck, viewed from in front (transverse cervical veins not labeled, but region is visible)
Drains to External jugular vein
Artery Transverse cervical artery
Latin Venae transversae cervicis
TA A12.3.05.050
FMA 70856
Anatomical terminology

The transverse cervical veins are veins that cross the neck.


This article incorporates text in the public domain from the 20th edition of Gray's Anatomy (1918)