Dorsal Venous Arch of Hand 3D

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    • * The dorsal venous network of the hand is a network of veins within the superficial fascia on the dorsum of the hand.
    • * Formed by the combination of dorsal metacarpal veins and dorsal digital veins.
    • * Gives rise to the cephalic vein and the basilic vein.

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  • Description

    • * The dorsal venous network of the hand is a network of veins within the superficial fascia on the dorsum of the hand.
    • * Formed by the combination of dorsal metacarpal veins and dorsal digital veins.
    • * Gives rise to the cephalic vein and the basilic vein.

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