Arcuate vein

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Vein: Arcuate vein
Kidney PioM.png
Arcuate veins visible but not labeled
Gray1128.png
Scheme of renal tubule and its vascular supply
(venous arch labeled at center left)
LatinVenae arcuatae renis (plural)
SourceInterlobular veins and straight venules
Drains toInterlobar vein
ArteryArcuate artery
 
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Vein: Arcuate vein
Kidney PioM.png
Arcuate veins visible but not labeled
Gray1128.png
Scheme of renal tubule and its vascular supply
(venous arch labeled at center left)
LatinVenae arcuatae renis (plural)
SourceInterlobular veins and straight venules
Drains toInterlobar vein
ArteryArcuate artery

The arcuate vein is a vessel of the renal circulation. It is located at the border of the renal cortex and renal medulla.

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This article incorporates text from a public domain edition of Gray's Anatomy.

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