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Brachial Vein

Descriptions of Brachial Vein

Brachial Vein: two veins in either arm that accompany the brachial artery and empty into the axillary vein
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Summary Information: Brachial Vein

Brachial Vein: The brachial vein is a major systemic vein located in the upper arm area. The paired brachial vein carries deoxygenated blood and carbon dioxide away from the upper arm area back toward the heart. Blood flows from a variety of smaller veins and drains into the brachial vein, which drains into the axillary vein in the shoulder.

Conditions that can afflict the brachial vein include thrombophlebitis, thrombosis and trauma.

Closely Related Organs: Brachial Vein

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Brachial Vein

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Brachial Vein

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