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accompanying vein

[ ə-kŭmpə-nē-ĭng, ə-kŭmpnē-ĭng ]
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n.

A vein accompanying another structure.
Either of a pair of veins, occasionally more, that closely accompany an artery in such a manner that the pulsations of the artery aid venous return.

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