On Their Way Toward the Liver, Veins from the Spleen
On their way toward the liver, veins from the spleen, the lateral border of the stomach, and the pancreas fuse with the inferior mesenteric veins, forming the
C)superior mesenteric vein.
The distribution of arteries and veins on the left and right sides of the body is usually identical. One notable exception is the ________ vein.
Considering the arterial supply to the brain, the basilar artery immediately gives rise to the ________ arteries.
The palmar venous arches drain into the ________, which is superficial and runs along the medial upper limb.