Downtown darling vena Cava showed off a structured collection, full of modern lines and alluring glimpses of skin.
This redness could be traced, though in a less degree, through the whole extent of the vena innominata.
They look from without inward to let in blood carried from the vena arterialis.
It may also be produced by tumours pressing on the vena cava.
Behind them and to the right the vena cava enters the liver.
Seventh, jugular veins; eighth, veins of the foot; ninth, vena cava ascendens.
So much for the shape of meers and their dimensions in the case of a vena profunda.
An obstruction in the spleen, the liver, or the vena portae.
The vena cava inferior, though considerably later in its development than the cardinals, arises fairly early.
The best mode of exhibiting them, is to tie the vena portæ of a living animal, when they erect themselves by the afflux of blood.
vena ve·na (vē'nə)
n. pl. ve·nae (-nē)