Surgical Anatomy of the Arteries

  • B. Günther
  • G. Heberer

Abstract

The cervical course of these vessels in the carotid triangle is shown (Fig. 2.1.1). Following skin incision, dissection of the subcutaneous tissue, platysma, and anterior cervical fascia, the internal jugular vein is usually exposed first at the front margin of the sternocleidomastoid muscle. Its caudal portion lies ventral and lateral to the common carotid artery and its cranial portion at the same level as the artery. The medial branches of the jugular vein vary greatly. The main branches are the common facial vein, usually found at the level of the carotid bifurcation, and the caudally terminating superior thyroid vein, but a common thyrolinguofacial trunk is also possible.

Keywords

Radium Cardiol Ileal Dial Verse 

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