inferior anastomotic vein

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in·fe·ri·or a·nas·to·mot·ic vein

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an inconstant vein that passes from the superficial middle cerebral vein posteriorly over the lateral aspect of the temporal lobe to enter the transverse sinus.

Browning,

William, U.S. anatomist and neurologist, 1855-1941.
Browning vein - an inconstant vein that passes from the superficial middle cerebral vein posteriorly over the lateral aspect of the temporal lobe to enter the transverse sinus. Synonym(s): inferior anastomotic vein

Labbé,

Leon, French surgeon, 1832-1916.
Labbé triangle - an area where the stomach is normally in contact with the abdominal wall.
Labbé vein - an inconstant vein that passes from the superficial middle cerebral vein posteriorly over the lateral aspect of the temporal lobe to enter the transverse sinus. Synonym(s): inferior anastomotic vein
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