Posterior tibial veins

Dr Craig Hacking and Dr Geon Oh et al.

The posterior tibial veins accompany the posterior tibial artery. They receive tributaries from the calf muscles (especially from the venous plexus in the soleus) and from superficial veins. They join the anterior tibial veins to form the popliteal vein and enter the popliteal fossa.

Lower limb anatomy
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rID: 45253
Section: Anatomy
Tags: refs, cases
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