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Veins of the neck -Left lateral view. The principal veins of the neck are the internal, external, and anterior jugular veins.

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Original antique print taken from the "Larousse Médical illustré" published in Paris, France. The reverse side is white. Page size is apprx 18 x 26 cm / x i.