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Structure of Veins

Summary Information: Structure of Veins

Structure of Veins: The veins are a type of large blood vessel and a part of the circulatory system and cardiovascular system. The veins function like tubes that carry un-oxygenated blood and nutrients from the various regions, organs, tissues, and cells of the body to the heart. The structure of veins includes three layers, the tunica intima, tunica media, and the tunica externa.

Conditions that can afflict the structure of the veins include phlebitis, varicose veins, trauma, and hemorrhoids.

Closely Related Organs: Structure of Veins

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Structure of Veins

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Sub Parts: Structure of Veins

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