superficial cerebral veins

su·per·fi·cial ce·re·bral veins

the veins on the superficial surface of the cerebral hemispheres; they comprise three groups: superior, middle, and inferior.
Synonym(s): venae superficiales cerebri [TA]
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Superficial cerebral veins are alienated into three categories; dorsomedial, ventrolateral and anterior groups that drain into superior sagittal, lateral and cavernous sinus, respectively.
Pericytes cover venules of superficial cerebral veins in the central nervous system as well as arterioles, which determine the contraction and dilation of these vessels.
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