Superficial Epigastric Vein

The superficial epigastric vein drains the inferior part of the anterior abdominal wall and is connected to the paraumbilical and thoracoepigastric veins. This vessel drains via the great saphenous vein into the femoral, external iliac and common iliac veins and eventually into the inferior vena cava. It also drains into the portal vein through the paraumbilical veins and the partially obliterated umbilical vein. Through this venous linkage to both the inferior vena cava and portal vein, a porta-caval anastomosis is established. Occlusion of the por

Thoracoepigastric Vein

Superficial Epigastric Vein

Thoracoepigastric Vein

Superficial Epigastric Vein

Inferior Vena Cava Branches

Lateral Cutaneous Branches of 8th to 12th Intercostal Nerves

Anterior Cutaneous Branches of 6th to 12th Intercostal Nerves

Lateral Cutaneous Branch of Iliohypogastric Nerve (L1)

Anterior Cutaneous Branch of Iliohypogastric Nerve (L1)

Lateral Cutaneous Branches of 8th to 12th Intercostal Nerves

Anterior Cutaneous Branches of 6th to 12th Intercostal Nerves

Lateral Cutaneous Branch of Iliohypogastric Nerve (L1)

Anterior Cutaneous Branch of Iliohypogastric Nerve (L1)

Fig. 1.4. Venous drainage and cutaneous innervation of the abdominal wall tal vein may activate this collateral venous circulation, producing distension of the paraumbilical veins.

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  • CORNELIA DALLAS
    What is the thoracoepigastric venous anastomosis and function?
    1 year ago
  • benjamin
    Which branch is superficial epigastric vain?
    1 year ago

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