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.
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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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