labyrinthine veins

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lab·y·rin·thine veins

[TA]
one or more veins accompanying the labyrinthine artery; they drain the internal ear, pass out through the internal acoustic meatus, and empty into the transverse sinus or the inferior petrosal sinus.
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lab·y·rin·thine veins

(labi-rinthēn vānz) [TA]
One or more veins accompanying the labyrinthine artery; they drain the internal ear, pass out through the internal acoustic meatus, and empty into the transverse sinus or the inferior petrosal sinus.
Synonym(s): internal auditory veins.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

lab·y·rin·thine veins

(labi-rinthīn vānz) [TA]
One or more veins accompanying the labyrinthine artery; drain internal ear, pass out through internal acoustic meatus, and empty into transverse sinus or the inferior petrosal sinus.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012