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A large vein carrying blood from the head, neck, and forelimbs, to the right atrium.

Cranial vena cava

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These veins carry blood from the cephalic, subclavian, and jugular veins to the cranial vena cava

Brachiocephallic Veins

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The first set of vessels to emerge from the cranial vena cava, medially. Carry blood from head to the brachiocephallic veins. Located on either side of trachea

Internal Jugular Vein

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Second set of vessels to emerge from the cranial vena cava, medially. Carry blood from the head to the brachiocephallic veins.

External Jugular Veins

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The third vessels to emerge from the cranial vena cava, medially. Carry blood from the forelimb to the brachiocephallic veins.

Cephallic veins

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The fourth set of vessels to emerge from the cranial vena cava, medially. Carry blood from the subscapular veins and axillary veins to the brachiocephallic veins

Subclavian Veins

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These veins carry blood from the forelimbs and join with the subscapular veins to form the subclavian vein.

Axillary veins

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These veins carry blood from the region of the arm pit and join with the axillary vein to form the subclavian vein.

Subscapular veins

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A large vein carrying blood from the posterior portion of the body to the right atrium.

Caudal vena cava

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A large vein located between the stomach and liver. Carries blood from the stomach, spleen, pancreas, and intestines to the liver.

Hepatic portal vein

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This vein carries blood containing oxygen and nutrients from the placenta to the fetus.

Umbilical Vein

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These veins carry blood from the kidneys to the caudal vena cava

Renal Veins

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These veins carry blood from the the external and internal veins to the caudal vena cava.

Common iliac veins

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These veins carry blood from the femoral and deep femoral veins to the common iliac veins.

External iliac veins

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These veins carry blood from the thigh and lower hind limb to the external iliac veins.

Femoral veins

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These veins carry blood from the thigh to the external iliac veins.

Deep Femoral Veins

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These veins carry blood from the pelvis to the common iliac veins

Internal iliac veins

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The artery which leaves the left ventricle and gives rise the brachiocephallic trunk, left subclavian artery, and aorta.

Aortic arch

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The first large artery arising from the aortic arch. Carries oxygenated blood to the neck, head, and right forelimb.

Brachiocephallic trunk

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The second large artery arising from the aortic arch. Carries blood to the left forelimb.

Left subclavian artery

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The first vessel to arise from the right brachiocephallic trunk, medially. Carries blood anteriorly towards the neck and head.

Carotid trunk

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The carotid trunk splits into the right and left ___________

Common carotid arteries

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The medial branches of common carotid arteries. Carry blood to the area around the masseter muscle and chin.

External carotid artery

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The lateral branches of common carotid arteries. Carry blood to the brain.

Internal carotid arteries

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The secondary artery to arise from the right brachiocephallic trunk. Supplies blood to the cervical vertebrae and right forelimb.

Right subclavian artery

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A continuation of the subclavian arteries. Carry blood to the armpit, shoulder, and forelimb.

Axillary arteries

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Arise from the axillary arteries and carry blood into the forelimb.

Brachial artery

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The large vessel which lies on the mid-dorsal wall, the length of the abdominal cavity. Carries blood to the entire posterior portion of the body.

Aorta

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The first artery to branch off of the aorta, posterior to the diaphragm. Carries blood to the stomach, pancreas, and spleen.

Celiac trunk

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The second artery to branch off of the aorta, posterior to the diaphragm. Carries blood to the most of the small intestine.

Cranial mesenteric artery

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These two large arteries branch off of the aorta and carry blood to the kidneys.

Renal arteries

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Branches off of the ventral surface of the aorta before it splits into the umbilical arteries. Carries blood to he large intestine and colon.

Caudal mesentric artery

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The terminal end of the aorta splints into these two arteries. They enter the umbilical cord and carry blood to the placenta.

Umbilical ateries

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Branch off of the aorta immediately anterior to the umbilical arteries. Carry blood to the thighs and hind limbs.

External iliac arteries

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Branch dorsally off of the aorta, immediately anterior to the umbilical arteries. Carry blood to the pelvic region.

Internal iliac arteries

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One of two branches of the external iliac arteries. Carry blood to the thigh and lower hind limb.

Femoral arteries

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One of two branches of the external iliac arteries. Carry blood to thigh.

Deep femoral arteries