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Emissary veins apparently served double duty in the gracile-Homo lineage, says Falk, by helping to drain blood out of the cranium and by cooling the brain when vigorous exercise or heat exposure warnmed up blood flowing into cerebral tissue.
Cabanac and Brinnel placed the tips of ultrasonic probes on the heads of bald male volunteers at sites where emissary veins poke thorugh their tiny cranial conduits.
Septicemia and cavernous sinus involvement can develop by way of the emissary veins that drain the nasal septum.
The lesion mostly supplied by external carotid artery branches, and drains into extracranial veins as well as dural sinuses through emissary veins.