Plantar digital veins

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Vein: Plantar digital veins
Latin venae digitales plantares
Gray's subject #173 671
Drains to plantar metatarsal veins
Dorlands
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v_05/12850097

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The plantar digital veins arise from plexuses on the plantar surfaces of the digits, and, after sending intercapitular veins to join the dorsal digital veins, unite to form four metatarsal veins.


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