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Right colic vein

Vein: Right colic vein
The portal vein and its tributaries.
Latin vena colica dextra
Drains to superior mesenteric vein
Artery right colic artery

The right colic vein drains the ascending colon, and is a tributary of the superior mesenteric vein. It travels with its corresponding artery, the right colic artery.


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