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1 Lingular branch. Ramus lingularis. Common branch from the two lingular segments. A

2 Superior part. Pars superior. Twig from the superior lingular segment. A

3 Inferior part. Pars inferior. Twig from the inferior lingular segment. A

4 Left inferior pulmonary vein. V. pulmonalis sinistra inferior. Returns blood from the left lower lobe. A

5 Superior branch. Ramus superior. Branch from the superior (apical) segment of the lower lobe. A

6 Intrasegmental part. Pars intrasegmentalis. Twig from the superior (apical) segment of the left lower lobe. A

7 Intersegmental part. Pars intersegmentalis. Twig lying laterally between the superior and anterior basal segments and medially between the superior and posterior basal segments. A

8 Common basal vein. V. basalis communis. Common trunk of the superior and inferior basal veins. A

9 Superior basal vein. V. basalis superior. Located between the anterior basal branch and the common basal vein. A

10 Anterior basal branch. Ramus basalis anterior. Branch from the anterior basal segment. A

11 Intrasegmental part. Pars intrasegmentalis. Twig from the anterior basal segment. A

12 Intersegmental part. Pars intersegmentalis. Twig between the medial and lateral basal segments. A

13 Inferior basal vein. V. basalis inferior. Returns blood from the posterior basal segment. A

14 CARDIAC VEINS. Venae cordis. Veins from the heart wall. B

15 Coronary sinus. Sinus coronarius. Collecting vein situated on the posterior wall of the left atrium. It begins at the opening of the oblique vein of the left atrium and ends at the site where it opens into the right atrium. B

16 Anterior interventricular vein. V. interventric-ularis anterior. Lodges in the anterior inter-ventricular groove. B

16a Left coronary vein. V. coronaria sinistra. Continuation of the anterior interventricular vein in the left coronary (atrioventricular) groove. B

17 Posterior vein of left ventricle. V. ventriculi sinistri posterior. It passes upwards from the left margin of the heart to empty into the great cardiac vein or the coronary sinus. B

18 Oblique vein of left atrium. V. obliqua atrii sin-istri. Small, rudimentary vein at the posterior wall of the left atrium (remains of the left duct of Cuvier). B

19 Fold of left vena cava. Plica v. cavae sinistrae. Fold of serous pericardium caused by a fibrous strand between the brachiocephalic vein and the oblique vein (vestige of embryonic left superior vena cava). It lies in front of the left pulmonary vessels and can unite them. B

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