vena

noun
a blood vessel that carries blood from the capillaries toward the heart
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all veins except the pulmonary vein carry unaerated blood

Syn: ↑vein, ↑venous blood vessel
Derivationally related forms: ↑venous (for: ↑vein)
Hypernyms: ↑blood vessel
Hyponyms:
accessory cephalic vein, ↑vena cephalica accessoria, ↑accessory hemiazygos vein, ↑accessory hemiazygous vein, ↑vena hemiazygos accessoria, ↑accessory vertebral vein, ↑vena vertebralis accessoria, ↑accompanying vein, ↑vena comitans, ↑anastomotic vein, ↑vena anastomotica, ↑angular vein, ↑vena angularis, ↑anterior vertebral vein, ↑vena vertebralis anterior, ↑appendicular vein, ↑vena appendicularis, ↑arcuate vein of the kidney, ↑vena arcuata renis, ↑auricular vein, ↑vena auricularis, ↑axillary vein, ↑vena axillaris, ↑azygos vein, ↑azygous vein, ↑vena azygos, ↑basal vein, ↑vena basalis, ↑basilic vein, ↑vena basilica, ↑basivertebral vein, ↑vena basivertebralis, ↑brachial vein, ↑vena brachialis, ↑brachiocephalic vein, ↑innominate vein, ↑vena brachiocephalica, ↑bronchial vein, ↑vena bronchialis, ↑cardinal vein, ↑central veins of liver, ↑venae centrales hepatis, ↑central vein of retina, ↑vena centrales retinae, ↑central vein of suprarenal gland, ↑vena centralis glandulae suprarenalis, ↑cephalic vein, ↑vena cephalica, ↑cerebellar vein, ↑vena cerebellum, ↑cerebral vein, ↑vena cerebri, ↑cervical vein, ↑deep cervical vein, ↑vena cervicalis profunda, ↑choroid vein, ↑vena choroidea, ↑ciliary veins, ↑venae ciliares, ↑circumflex vein, ↑vena circumflexa, ↑clitoral vein, ↑vena clitoridis, ↑colic vein, ↑vena colica, ↑common facial vein, ↑conjunctival veins, ↑venae conjunctivales, ↑costoaxillary vein, ↑cutaneous vein, ↑vena cutanea, ↑cystic vein, ↑vena cystica, ↑digital vein, ↑vena digitalis, ↑diploic vein, ↑vena diploica, ↑dorsal scapular vein, ↑vena scapularis dorsalis, ↑emissary vein, ↑vena emissaria, ↑epigastric vein, ↑esophageal veins, ↑oesophageal veins, ↑venae esophageae, ↑ethmoidal vein, ↑vena ethmoidalis, ↑external nasal vein, ↑vena nasalis externa, ↑facial vein, ↑vena facialis, ↑femoral vein, ↑vena femoralis, ↑gastric vein, ↑vena gastrica, ↑gastroomental vein, ↑gastroepiploic vein, ↑vena gastroomentalis, ↑genicular vein, ↑vena genus, ↑gluteal vein, ↑vena gluteus, ↑hemizygos vein, ↑hemizygous vein, ↑vena hemizygos, ↑hemorrhoidal vein, ↑rectal vein, ↑vena rectalis, ↑hepatic vein, ↑vena hepatica, ↑ileocolic vein, ↑vena ileocolica, ↑iliac vein, ↑vena iliaca, ↑iliolumbar vein, ↑vena iliolumbalis, ↑intercapitular vein, ↑vena intercapitalis, ↑intercostal vein, ↑vena intercostalis, ↑intervertebral vein, ↑vena intervertebralis, ↑jugular vein, ↑vena jugularis, ↑jugular, ↑labial vein, ↑vena labialis, ↑labyrinthine vein, ↑internal auditory vein, ↑lacrimal vein, ↑vena lacrimalis, ↑laryngeal vein, ↑vena laryngea, ↑lingual vein, ↑vena lingualis, ↑lumbar vein, ↑vena lumbalis, ↑maxillary vein, ↑vena maxillaris, ↑meningeal veins, ↑venae meningeae, ↑mesenteric vein, ↑vena mesenterica, ↑metacarpal vein, ↑vena metacarpus, ↑metatarsal vein, ↑vena metatarsus, ↑musculophrenic vein, ↑vena musculophrenica, ↑nasofrontal vein, ↑vena nasofrontalis, ↑oblique vein of the left atrium, ↑vena obliqua atrii sinistri, ↑obturator vein, ↑vena obturatoria, ↑occipital vein, ↑vena occipitalis, ↑ophthalmic vein, ↑vena ophthalmica, ↑ovarian vein, ↑vena ovarica, ↑palatine vein, ↑vena palatina, ↑pancreatic vein, ↑venae pancreatica, ↑paraumbilical vein, ↑vena paraumbilicalis, ↑parotid vein, ↑pectoral vein, ↑vena pectoralis, ↑perforating vein, ↑vena perforantis, ↑pericardial vein, ↑vena pericardiaca, ↑peroneal vein, ↑fibular vein, ↑vena peroneus, ↑pharyngeal vein, ↑vena pharyngeus, ↑phrenic vein, ↑vena phrenica, ↑popliteal vein, ↑vena poplitea, ↑portal vein, ↑hepatic portal vein, ↑portal, ↑vena portae, ↑posterior vein of the left ventricle, ↑vena posterior ventriculi sinistri, ↑prepyloric vein, ↑vena pylorica, ↑pudendal vein, ↑venae pudendum, ↑pulmonary vein, ↑vena pulmonalis, ↑radial vein, ↑vena radialis, ↑renal vein, ↑vena renalis, ↑sacral vein, ↑vena sacralis, ↑saphenous vein, ↑vena saphena, ↑scleral veins, ↑venae sclerales, ↑scrotal vein, ↑vena scrotalis, ↑sigmoid vein, ↑vena sigmoideus, ↑spinal vein, ↑vena spinalis, ↑splenic vein, ↑vena lienalis, ↑sternocleidomastoid vein, ↑vena sternocleidomastoidea, ↑stylomastoid vein, ↑vena stylomastoidea, ↑subclavian vein, ↑vena subclavia, ↑sublingual vein, ↑vena sublingualis, ↑supraorbital vein, ↑vena supraorbitalis, ↑supratrochlear vein, ↑vena supratrochlearis, ↑temporal vein, ↑vena temporalis, ↑testicular vein, ↑vena testicularis, ↑thalamostriate vein, ↑thoracoepigastric vein, ↑vena thoracoepigastrica, ↑thoracic vein, ↑vena thoracica, ↑thyroid vein, ↑vena thyroidea, ↑tibial vein, ↑vena tibialis, ↑tracheal vein, ↑vena trachealis, ↑tympanic vein, ↑ulnar vein, ↑vena ulnaris, ↑umbilical vein, ↑vena umbilicalis, ↑uterine vein, ↑varicose vein, ↑vena bulbi penis, ↑vena canaliculi cochleae, ↑vein of penis, ↑vena bulbi vestibuli, ↑vena cava, ↑venae palpebrales, ↑venae interlobulares hepatis, ↑venae renis, ↑vertebral vein, ↑vena vertebralis, ↑vesical vein, ↑vena vesicalis, ↑vestibular vein, ↑vena vestibularis, ↑vortex vein, ↑vorticose vein, ↑vena vorticosum, ↑venule, ↑venula, ↑capillary vein
Part Holonyms: ↑circulatory system, ↑cardiovascular system

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