Anatomy Neck Vessels

Anatomy Neck Vessels. Under surface or right hind foot. In radiology, the head and neck refers to all the anatomical structures in this region excluding the central nervous system, that is, the brain and spinal cord and their associated vascular structures and encasing membranes i.e.

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The right and left subclavian arteries give rise to the thyrocervical trunk. Both veins contain valves located a few centimeters before the vessels drain into the subclavian vein.[1][2][3]. The content of the neck is grouped into 4 neck spaces, called the compartments.