Gherardini Giulio

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Sir, The internal jugular vein is the largest vein in the neck and drains the intracranial structures and deep structures of the face and neck. It runs the length of the neck slightly lateral to the common carotid artery within the carotid sheath and, on the right, crosses in front of the right subclavian artery, to join the subclavian vein.[1] Duplication(More)
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